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« on: November 03, 2016, 02:51:12 pm »
« edited: November 03, 2016, 03:54:53 pm by Jacobin American »

The following is a list of America's top 100 most populous Metropolitan Statistical Areas (urban core and deeply interconnected surrounding communities). The results are displayed as the percentage of the vote captured by President Obama (D) against Governor Mitt Romney (R) (independent and third party votes were excluded from the calculations).

New York - 64.7%
Los Angeles - 63.3%
Chicago - 60.4%
Dallas - 42.4%
Houston - 44.1%
Washington - 68.7%
Philadelphia - 64.6%
Miami - 62.9%
Atlanta - 49.4%
Boston - 61.1%
San Francisco - 77.5%
Phoenix - 43.7%
Riverside - 51.2%
Detroit - 60.1%
Seattle - 64.7%
Minneapolis - 55.9%
San Diego - 52.6%
Tampa - 51.6%
Denver - 56.5%
St. Louis - 54.3%
Baltimore - 58.7%
Charlotte - 47.7%
Portland - 62.0%
Orlando - 53.9%
San Antonio - 45.9%
Pittsburgh - 49.4%
Sacramento - 53.8%
Cincinnati - 41.4%
Las Vegas - 57.4%
Kansas City - 48.6%
Cleveland - 61.7%
Columbus - 53.0%
Austin - 53.7%
Indianapolis - 46.0%
San Jose - 71.2%
Nashville - 40.8%
Virginia Beach - 55.4%
Providence - 62.6%
Milwaukee - 52.2%
Jacksonville - 40.4%
Oklahoma City - 36.5%
Memphis - 56.3%
Louisville - 48.7%
Raleigh - 52.4%
Richmond - 52.5%
New Orleans - 50.1%
Hartford - 61.4%
Salt Lake City - 39.3%
Birmingham - 39.7%
Buffalo - 56.6%
Rochester - 55.2%
Grand Rapids - 45.2%
Tucson - 53.0%
Honolulu - 69.8%
Tulsa - 33.9%
Fresno - 48.5%
Bridgeport - 55.5%
Worcester - 54.7%
Omaha - 44.5%
Albuquerque - 56.8%
Bakersfield - 40.3%
Albany - 58.5%
Greenville - 33.9%
Knoxville - 32.4%
New Haven - 62.5%
Oxnard - 52.9%
McAllen - 71.1%
El Paso - 66.4%
Allentown - 52.6%
Baton Rouge - 43.7%
Columbia - 50.4%
Dayton - 46.3%
North Port - 45.2%
Greensboro - 50.3%
Charleston - 46.9%
Little Rock - 44.2%
Stockton - 55.6%
Akron - 56.4%
Cape Coral - 41.7%
Colorado Springs - 38.8%
Boise - 39.8%
Syracuse - 58.6%
Winston-Salem - 42.8%
Lakeland - 46.6%
Toledo - 60.3%
Wichita - 38.1%
Ogden - 20.2%
Madison - 69.9%
Springfield - 66.7%
Deltona - 48.8%
Des Moines - 54.3%
Augusta - 46.0%
Provo - 10.0%
Jackson - 50.7%
Palm Bay - 43.6%
Harrisburg - 45.9%
Scranton - 56.8%
Durham - 69.8%
Youngstown - 60.2%
Spokane - 45.8%
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« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2016, 04:41:06 pm »

WOAH. I knew that Provo was super-Mormon-conservative, but I had no idea it was THAT far right. That's just freaky.

I mean, 90-10... that's just f[Inks]ing insane.
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« Reply #2 on: November 03, 2016, 05:17:07 pm »

As low as 64.7? Damn suburbians...
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« Reply #3 on: November 03, 2016, 05:41:45 pm »

WOAH. I knew that Provo was super-Mormon-conservative, but I had no idea it was THAT far right. That's just freaky.

I mean, 90-10... that's just f[Inks]ing insane.

I had to check the calculations twice on that one because even I didn't believe it was possible. Just imagine being a Democrat in that area...
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« Reply #4 on: November 03, 2016, 05:43:19 pm »

As low as 64.7? Damn suburbians...

That was also quite a surprise to me. I expected the New York metro to be considerably more Democratic, yet it's essentially equal to the Philly metro.
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