article When it comes to Colorado, there are only a handful of places that make it into the top ten states for most political leanings, so it’s not surprising to find one of the most conservative states.
The state has the highest percentage of Democrats in the country, with a whopping 82.3% of the electorate identifying themselves as Democrats.
So, if you’re looking for a place that you can easily find a way to cast your vote, you might as well vote for a Democrat.
That’s because Democrats are so much more likely to be seen in the general election than Republicans.
In the 2016 election, according to the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, the top 10 states for Democratic voters were California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and Washington.
The top 10 for Republicans were Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin.
Those states tend to be blue states that vote for Democratic candidates, and there are more Republicans in those states than Democrats.
But the trend isn’t entirely in favor of Democrats, either.
There are five states where the Democrats have a higher percentage of their total vote come from voters who are registered as independents: Arizona, Florida and North Carolina.
That is the case in all five of those states.
If you’re a Democrat and are interested in the future of your party, there’s no reason to stick around in a blue state that leans so heavily toward Republicans.
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