Aug 4th 2014, 14:53 by K.N.C. and L.P
The data come from a study appearing this month in the American Political Science Review by Chris Warshaw of MIT and Chris Tausanovitch from the University of California at Los Angeles. They brought together seven large-scale surveys that accounted for more than 275,000 people. It confirms the conventional wisdom that most big cities swing liberal. And there are fascinating intrastate differences in political views, such as between Colorado Springs and Denver, or Toledo and Cleveland.
Monday, August 04, 2014
I didn't know Mesa, AZ was so conservative:
Posted by Steve J. at 7:41 PM