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« on: May 26, 2009, 12:56:48 am »
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Populations based on the 2000 census
1. Maricopa, AZ
2. Orange, CA
3. Tarrant, TX
4. Duval, FL
5. Kern, CA
6. Oklahoma, OK
7. Monmouth, NJ
8. Cobb, GA
9. Gwinett, GA
10. Tulsa, OK
11. El Paso, CO
12. Ocean, NJ
13. Collin, TX
14. Anne Arundel, MD
15. Polk, FL
16. Brevard, FL
17. Lancaster, PA
18. Morris, NJ
19. Jefferson, LA
20. Sedgwick, KS
21. Johnson, KS
22. Richmond, NY
23. Lee, FL
24. Denton, TX
25. Virginia Beach, VA
26. Spokane, WA
27. Mobile, AL
28. Knox, TN
29. York, PA
30. Greenville, SC
31. Westmoreland, PA
32. Utah, UT
33. Tulare, CA
34. Seminole, FL
35. Waukesha, WI
36. Fort Bend, TX
37. Pasco, FL
38. Butler, OH
39. Allen, IN
40. Sarasota, FL
41. Nueces, TX
42. Hamilton, TN
43. Ada, ID
44. Anoka, MN
45. Escambia, FL
46. Montgomery, TX
47. St. Charles, MO
48. Madison, AL
49. Manatee, FL
50. Anchorage, AK
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« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2009, 11:13:14 pm »
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I guess it's easy if you just shove the trailer homes really close to one another
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« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2009, 11:31:07 pm »
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These ones haven't voted Dem. since before 1960:

1. Maricopa, AZ
2. Orange, CA
10. Tulsa, OK
21. Johnson, KS
23. Lee, FL
27. Mobile, AL
28. Knox, TN
30. Greenville, SC
32. Utah, UT
34. Seminole, FL
40. Sarasota, FL
42. Hamilton, TN
43. Ada, ID
49. Manatee, FL
50. Anchorage, AK - unknown
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« Reply #3 on: June 03, 2009, 10:38:39 pm »
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Nice information, Mr. Memphis.

Conversely, do you have the list for the 50 least populous Obama counties? Tongue
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« Reply #4 on: July 26, 2009, 07:33:07 pm »
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These ones haven't voted Dem. since before 1960:

1. Maricopa, AZ
2. Orange, CA
10. Tulsa, OK
21. Johnson, KS
23. Lee, FL
27. Mobile, AL
28. Knox, TN
30. Greenville, SC
32. Utah, UT
34. Seminole, FL
40. Sarasota, FL
42. Hamilton, TN
43. Ada, ID
49. Manatee, FL
50. Anchorage, AK - unknown

I'm in Kern and we haven't voted Dem since Johnson in 1964, I'm sure that applies to most of the counties not on the above list.
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« Reply #5 on: July 26, 2009, 08:28:41 pm »
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I'm in Kern and we haven't voted Dem since Johnson in 1964, I'm sure that applies to most of the counties not on the above list.

I doubt it, especially in the South.  If they've voted Democratic since 1960, and are Southern, they probably went for Carter '76 and/or '80, and possibly for Clinton at least once.
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« Reply #6 on: July 26, 2009, 09:51:18 pm »
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I'm in Kern and we haven't voted Dem since Johnson in 1964, I'm sure that applies to most of the counties not on the above list.

I doubt it, especially in the South.  If they've voted Democratic since 1960, and are Southern, they probably went for Carter '76 and/or '80, and possibly for Clinton at least once.

A lot of the Southern ones were on that list though. I'm talking about the NJ, PA, CO and such counties that probably supported Reagan strongly and went Republican for years but not Goldwater, who could only carry about 6 states.
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« Reply #7 on: July 29, 2009, 08:18:04 pm »
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LBJ did win Utah County (!) and Anchorage in 1964.
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« Reply #8 on: July 29, 2009, 08:38:12 pm »
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I guess it's easy if you just shove the trailer homes really close to one another

Yeah, I forgot about all those trailer parks in Orange County, California...
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« Reply #9 on: July 29, 2009, 08:40:27 pm »
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I'm in Kern and we haven't voted Dem since Johnson in 1964, I'm sure that applies to most of the counties not on the above list.

I doubt it, especially in the South.  If they've voted Democratic since 1960, and are Southern, they probably went for Carter '76 and/or '80, and possibly for Clinton at least once.

A lot of the Southern ones were on that list though. I'm talking about the NJ, PA, CO and such counties that probably supported Reagan strongly and went Republican for years but not Goldwater, who could only carry about 6 states.

That's likely true of El Paso, CO, but not as much of the other states you name. To name their most recent Democratic votes, Monmouth, NJ voted for Gore in 2000, and Ocean, NJ voted for Clinton in 1996. Morris, NJ is a holdout since 1964, though, I believe. Westmoreland, PA voted Democratic more recently than this, but most amusingly voted for Mondale over Reagan in 1984; Lancaster and York, PA did last vote Democratic in 1964.
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« Reply #10 on: July 29, 2009, 09:36:25 pm »
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I'm in Kern and we haven't voted Dem since Johnson in 1964

Ah, Kern County- "the Oklahoma of California"
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« Reply #11 on: July 29, 2009, 11:09:06 pm »
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Nice information, Mr. Memphis.

Conversely, do you have the list for the 50 least populous Obama counties? Tongue
Not sure about Kalawao, HI, but it could be number 1. That one aside, here are the top 10:
1.Kenedy, TX
2.San Juan, CO
3. Alpine, CA
4.Steele, ND
5. Issaquena, MS
6.Ziebach, SD
7.Quitman, GA
8. Eddy, ND
9. Towner, ND
10. Miner, SD

Way too many tiny counties to find 50 for Obama.
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« Reply #12 on: July 30, 2009, 06:38:18 pm »
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I'm in Kern and we haven't voted Dem since Johnson in 1964

Ah, Kern County- "the Oklahoma of California"

We aren't anything like Oklahoma here. We are more like Arizona than anything.
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