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StateAnchor CityObama's Share of The Two Party VoteNotes
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New YorkNew York82.6
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Yerba BuenaSan Francisco76.3
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Los AngelesLos Angeles71.5
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ChicagoChicago70.8
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WashingtonWashington 66.1
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PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia65.3
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Throgs NeckYonkers, NY61.6
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MiamiMiami60.9
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WillmanticProvidence 60.8
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NewarkNewark60.6
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CascoBoston59.7
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DetroitDetroit59.7
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TemeculaRiverside, CA58.8
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RainierSeattle58.1
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TuleBakersfield, CA57.8This state is so Democratic because it includes 500,000 votes from Los Angeles County
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ShastaPortland, OR57.8
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AdirondackAlbany57.5
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MendocinoSacramento56.1
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FirelandsCleveland54.9
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GaryMilwaukee53.7
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MesabiMinneapolis 53.3
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TidewaterRichmond51.8
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SangamonSt. Louis 51.2
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OrangeSan Diego50.56
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SusquehannaBaltimore49.97
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PoconoScranton49.93
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MenomineeMadison49.56
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AtlantaAtlanta48.8
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ShenandoahRaleigh47.9
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OgallalaDenver47.7
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ShiprockLas Vegas47.5
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Tampa BayTampa47.4
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CumberlandPittsburgh47.2
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ChinatiSan Antonio47.2
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NodawayKansas City47
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CanaveralJacksonville46.2
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PhoenixPhoenix46.1
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TrinityDallas45.7
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SciotoCincinnati/Columbus45.6
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MaumeeIndianapolis43.8
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HoustonHouston 43.5
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OzarkMemphis43
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AtchafalayNew Orleans41.5
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ColumbiaCharleston, SC40.8
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Blue RidgeCharlotte40.6This state is so Republican because it stretches across rural TN/KY
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KingBirmingham38.7
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FranklinNashville36.6
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Big ThicketAustin/Lubbock35.9
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Salt LakeSalt Lake City34.2
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MuskogeeOklahoma City33.3
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