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Livability ranks the most political cities in the US based on party

Sick of arguing politics? Move somewhere more agreeable
Published on Sep 27, 2016
  • Livability ranked the best cities for conservatives, liberals and moderates using data on party registration, voting tendencies and lifestyle habits.
  • St. Louis is the best city to find liberals, while historically blue Berkeley fell to no. 2.
  • For conservatives, Bullhead City, Arizona, is the best place to go for a like-minded community.
  • Moderates should consider Chattanooga's balanced bureaucratic beliefs.

vchal/shutterstockPresidential election season is deep underway, and big party lines run deep as ever. Social media quarrels and upcoming heated debates are likely to cause some societal rifts, but much of that depends on the state you live in, data shows.Whether your favorite hashtag is #ImWithHer or #MakeAmericaGreatAgain, the top political cities for conservatives, liberals and moderates ranked by Livability is worth a look. Measuring results from the 2012 election and political surveys from data collection firm, Esri, the results show that liberals take a bigger chunk of big cities, while conservative beliefs often dominate small southern towns. Top political cities for conservatives In 2016, the best place to live among conservatives is Bullhead City, Arizona, the report says. Registered Republicans make up 65 percent of Bullhead City’s populace, many of whom stress a far right viewpoint. Mitt Romney won 70 percent of Mohave County in 2012, and aside from Bill C...

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