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matvail2002

Need your help for a scenario.

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Before choosing a state for an gubernatorial or senatorial election, I would like to know some information:

-Which state(s) is the most polarized between the cities and rural areas?

-Which state(s) has a substantial difference between gobernatorial, presidential and senatorial elections by elections?

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Virginia is pretty polarized between Appalachia and the DC suburbs.

The Governor's race in Oklahoma is a mile away from any federal race.

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I wouldn't do Virginia. Too many small counties and cities. However the South is generally a good location for big federal vs. state difference.

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-Which state(s) is the most polarized between the cities and rural areas?

In Georgia, it's Atlanta on one side and everyplace else on the other. That's why we had the County Unit System back in the day, so that rural lawmakers could limit the influence of the city. That, in turn, is why we have so many counties (159 at last count).

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