It is no secret that U.S. political discourse has become increasingly polarized over the past few decades. Liberals and conservatives have drifted further apart, entrenching themselves and feeling increasingly unable to understand or relate to people on the other side of the spectrum. This reality is reflected in Congress: since 1980, liberal and conservative MoCs have grown 63% more polarized.

But what about our cities? Do you feel your city is polarized, or homogenous in its ideology? We decided to look at the biggest cities in the country, and rank them from most to least polarized. In order to do that, we calculated the standard deviation of donor ideology - the average distance between any two donors - for each city. Here's what we found.

The most polarized city in the U.S. is...Green Bay, WI!

Wisconsin has been consistently found to be one of the most polarized states in the country, and nowhere is it more visible than in Green Bay. Of the city's 2,880 donors who gave to federal candidates since 2008, 51% gave liberal, and 49% gave conservative. And on a scale of 20 points, the average ideological distance between two donors for the city is 8.7 points. This means Green Bay is 320% more polarized than the least polarized city in the country.

The least polarized city in the U.S. is...Berkeley, CA!

Berkeley has long been considered the most liberal city in one of the most liberal areas in the country. The city's history of civil rights activism and social progressiveness has made it a hotbed for counter-culture for over 50 years. This is reflected in its political giving: of the city's 13,900 donors who gave to federal candidates since 2008, an astonishing 98% gave liberal. The average ideological distance between two donors is a mere 2.8 points out of 20.


But what about on the conservative side? Which city is the most homogenously conservative?

The least polarized conservative city in the U.S. is...Midland, TX!

Midland, a city of roughly 100,000 people, is at the heart of oil country. It is most famous for being the hometown of George H. W. Bush, Barbara Bush, and their son Jeb! Of Midland's 2,838 donors who gave to federal candidates since 2008, 84.5% gave conservative, an astronomical figure given that most big cities skew liberal. The average ideological distance between donors in the city is 6.1 points out of 20.


What about your city? Here is the full list of every city in the US with 1,000 donors or more since 2008, ranked by polarization.

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#1. Green Bay, WI: 51.8% liberal; 48.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.71 points.

#2. Mesa, AZ: 52.8% liberal; 47.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.71 points.

#3. Lubbock, TX: 38.2% liberal; 61.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.64 points.

#4. Katy, TX: 47.3% liberal; 52.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.63 points.

#5. Richmond, TX: 49.3% liberal; 50.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.62 points.

#6. Spring, TX: 41.8% liberal; 58.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.57 points.

#7. Gilbert, AZ: 55.5% liberal; 44.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.54 points.

#8. Colorado Springs, CO: 60.1% liberal; 39.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.49 points.

#9. Arlington, TX: 59.3% liberal; 40.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.47 points.

#10. Peoria, AZ: 60.9% liberal; 39.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.44 points.

#11. Lexington, SC: 41.7% liberal; 58.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.43 points.

#12. Plano, TX: 51.3% liberal; 48.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.4 points.

#13. Cumming, GA: 40.3% liberal; 59.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.34 points.

#14. Frisco, TX: 43.7% liberal; 56.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.3 points.

#15. Springfield, MO: 54.6% liberal; 45.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.27 points.

#16. Fort Wayne, IN: 60.2% liberal; 39.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.25 points.

#17. Wichita, KS: 54.3% liberal; 45.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.23 points.

#18. Greenville, SC: 46.1% liberal; 53.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.22 points.

#19. Fort Worth, TX: 50.7% liberal; 49.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.21 points.

#20. Bakersfield, CA: 51.2% liberal; 48.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.2 points.

#21. Knoxville, TN: 56.3% liberal; 43.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.19 points.

#22. Glendale, AZ: 67.1% liberal; 32.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.14 points.

#23. Spring Hill, FL: 66.2% liberal; 33.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.14 points.

#24. Savannah, GA: 48.7% liberal; 51.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.13 points.

#25. Chattanooga, TN: 47.8% liberal; 52.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.12 points.

#26. Pensacola, FL: 56.6% liberal; 43.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.1 points.

#27. Port Charlotte, FL: 59.9% liberal; 40.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.1 points.

#28. Chandler, AZ: 66.7% liberal; 33.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.08 points.

#29. Fayetteville, GA: 55.8% liberal; 44.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.07 points.

#30. Madison, AL: 45.3% liberal; 54.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.02 points.

#31. Roswell, GA: 52.5% liberal; 47.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.02 points.

#32. Marietta, GA: 49.1% liberal; 50.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.02 points.

#33. San Antonio, TX: 56.9% liberal; 43.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 8.01 points.

#34. Sandy, UT: 48.1% liberal; 51.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 8 points.

#35. Littleton, CO: 63.4% liberal; 36.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.99 points.

#36. Huntington Beach, CA: 65.3% liberal; 34.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.98 points.

#37. Sioux Falls, SD: 48.8% liberal; 51.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.98 points.

#38. Eden Prairie, MN: 52.2% liberal; 47.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.97 points.

#39. Lake Forest, CA: 70.4% liberal; 29.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.95 points.

#40. Tulsa, OK: 54.9% liberal; 45.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.95 points.

#41. Franklin, TN: 41.4% liberal; 58.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.93 points.

#42. Santa Ana, CA: 64.8% liberal; 35.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.93 points.

#43. Wichita Falls, TX: 33.6% liberal; 66.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.92 points.

#44. Ocala, FL: 53.2% liberal; 46.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.91 points.

#45. Sugar Land, TX: 47.4% liberal; 52.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.9 points.

#46. Lafayette, IN: 72.2% liberal; 27.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.88 points.

#47. Fort Myers, FL: 53.6% liberal; 46.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.86 points.

#48. Bloomington, MN: 64.8% liberal; 35.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.86 points.

#49. Augusta, GA: 39.2% liberal; 60.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.85 points.

#50. Oklahoma City, OK: 52.2% liberal; 47.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.84 points.

#51. Houston, TX: 54.6% liberal; 45.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.83 points.

#52. Duluth, GA: 46.8% liberal; 53.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.83 points.

#53. Corpus Christi, TX: 50.6% liberal; 49.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.82 points.

#54. Alpharetta, GA: 45.2% liberal; 54.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.81 points.

#55. Jackson, WY: 59.5% liberal; 40.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.8 points.

#56. Scottsdale, AZ: 50.8% liberal; 49.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.8 points.

#57. Overland Park, KS: 62.8% liberal; 37.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.78 points.

#58. West Chester, OH: 42.4% liberal; 57.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.77 points.

#59. Dallas, TX: 51.2% liberal; 48.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.76 points.

#60. Bradenton, FL: 61.1% liberal; 38.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.72 points.

#61. Amarillo, TX: 28.4% liberal; 71.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.72 points.

#62. Clearwater, FL: 62.4% liberal; 37.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.72 points.

#63. Centennial, CO: 63.6% liberal; 36.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.71 points.

#64. Grand Rapids, MI: 65.8% liberal; 34.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.71 points.

#65. Costa Mesa, CA: 71.2% liberal; 28.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.67 points.

#66. Lakeland, FL: 53% liberal; 47% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.66 points.

#67. Edmond, OK: 38.5% liberal; 61.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.65 points.

#68. Provo, UT: 29% liberal; 71% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.64 points.

#69. Henderson, NV: 64.5% liberal; 35.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.63 points.

#70. The Woodlands, TX: 32.3% liberal; 67.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.62 points.

#71. West Des Moines, IA: 58% liberal; 42% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.62 points.

#72. Huntsville, AL: 45.9% liberal; 54.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.61 points.

#73. Gainesville, GA: 30.6% liberal; 69.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.61 points.

#74. Charleston, SC: 61.3% liberal; 38.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.6 points.

#75. Oceanside, CA: 75.9% liberal; 24.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.6 points.

#76. Jacksonville, FL: 50.4% liberal; 49.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.6 points.

#77. Fresno, CA: 64.2% liberal; 35.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.59 points.

#78. Beaumont, TX: 42.2% liberal; 57.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.58 points.

#79. Wilmington, NC: 59.7% liberal; 40.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.57 points.

#80. Carlsbad, CA: 68.9% liberal; 31.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.57 points.

#81. Reno, NV: 66.6% liberal; 33.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.56 points.

#82. Boise, ID: 71.7% liberal; 28.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.55 points.

#83. Rochester, MN: 71.5% liberal; 28.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.55 points.

#84. Myrtle Beach, SC: 42.3% liberal; 57.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.54 points.

#85. Billings, MT: 63.4% liberal; 36.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.54 points.

#86. Midland, MI: 49.8% liberal; 50.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.53 points.

#87. Columbus, GA: 47.8% liberal; 52.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.53 points.

#88. Orem, UT: 26.5% liberal; 73.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.52 points.

#89. Bonita Springs, FL: 37% liberal; 63% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.52 points.

#90. Phoenix, AZ: 68.5% liberal; 31.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.49 points.

#91. Spokane, WA: 73.4% liberal; 26.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.48 points.

#92. Tyler, TX: 24.2% liberal; 75.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.46 points.

#93. Virginia Beach, VA: 56.4% liberal; 43.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.46 points.

#94. Peoria, IL: 47.2% liberal; 52.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.45 points.

#95. Indianapolis, IN: 68.6% liberal; 31.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.45 points.

#96. Carmel, IN: 43.6% liberal; 56.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.43 points.

#97. Englewood, CO: 64.6% liberal; 35.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.43 points.

#98. La Mesa, CA: 74.6% liberal; 25.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.43 points.

#99. Naples, FL: 38.6% liberal; 61.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.42 points.

#100. Stockton, CA: 64.6% liberal; 35.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.42 points.

#101. Edina, MN: 56.9% liberal; 43.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.42 points.

#102. Memphis, TN: 63.5% liberal; 36.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.41 points.

#103. Jackson, MI: 61.3% liberal; 38.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.39 points.

#104. Norman, OK: 71.4% liberal; 28.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.39 points.

#105. Macon, GA: 46.7% liberal; 53.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.38 points.

#106. Irvine, CA: 70% liberal; 30% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.38 points.

#107. Nashville, TN: 67.8% liberal; 32.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.37 points.

#108. Birmingham, AL: 51.1% liberal; 48.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.36 points.

#109. Cincinnati, OH: 61.8% liberal; 38.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.35 points.

#110. Dayton, OH: 64.4% liberal; 35.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.35 points.

#111. Newport Beach, CA: 41.1% liberal; 58.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.34 points.

#112. Chesterfield, MO: 45.5% liberal; 54.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.34 points.

#113. Athens, GA: 76.7% liberal; 23.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.34 points.

#114. Lincoln, NE: 68.2% liberal; 31.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.34 points.

#115. Winston Salem, NC: 64.8% liberal; 35.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.34 points.

#116. Riverside, CA: 73.4% liberal; 26.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.33 points.

#117. Bloomington, IL: 68.2% liberal; 31.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.33 points.

#118. St George, UT: 26.6% liberal; 73.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.33 points.

#119. Omaha, NE: 64.2% liberal; 35.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.32 points.

#120. Mobile, AL: 35.5% liberal; 64.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.31 points.

#121. Brentwood, TN: 38.5% liberal; 61.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.31 points.

#122. Columbia, SC: 61.8% liberal; 38.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.3 points.

#123. Vancouver, WA: 76.8% liberal; 23.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.3 points.

#124. Aurora, CO: 76.4% liberal; 23.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.3 points.

#125. Arvada, CO: 76.3% liberal; 23.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.28 points.

#126. Vero Beach, FL: 37.6% liberal; 62.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.27 points.

#127. Panama City, FL: 35.5% liberal; 64.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.27 points.

#128. North Las Vegas, NV: 77.5% liberal; 22.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.26 points.

#129. Sarasota, FL: 66.3% liberal; 33.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.26 points.

#130. Las Vegas, NV: 68.3% liberal; 31.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.26 points.

#131. El Paso, TX: 68.8% liberal; 31.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.21 points.

#132. Tucson, AZ: 75.2% liberal; 24.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.2 points.

#133. Fayetteville, NC: 63.3% liberal; 36.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.19 points.

#134. Salt Lake City, UT: 71.7% liberal; 28.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.18 points.

#135. Golden, CO: 71.4% liberal; 28.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.18 points.

#136. Charlotte, NC: 66.3% liberal; 33.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.17 points.

#137. Orlando, FL: 69.7% liberal; 30.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.16 points.

#138. Winter Park, FL: 56.7% liberal; 43.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.15 points.

#139. Cary, NC: 72.6% liberal; 27.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.15 points.

#140. Austin, TX: 77.4% liberal; 22.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.15 points.

#141. Leawood, KS: 49.7% liberal; 50.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.15 points.

#142. Jupiter, FL: 50.7% liberal; 49.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.15 points.

#143. Metairie, LA: 39.9% liberal; 60.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.13 points.

#144. Cedar Rapids, IA: 74.2% liberal; 25.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.13 points.

#145. Bozeman, MT: 76.3% liberal; 23.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.13 points.

#146. South Bend, IN: 76.6% liberal; 23.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.11 points.

#147. Rochester Hills, MI: 58.7% liberal; 41.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.11 points.

#148. Springfield, VA: 69.5% liberal; 30.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.1 points.

#149. Fairfax, VA: 69.6% liberal; 30.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.08 points.

#150. Jackson, MS: 45.4% liberal; 54.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.05 points.

#151. Naperville, IL: 68.1% liberal; 31.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.03 points.

#152. Lafayette, LA: 33.3% liberal; 66.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.03 points.

#153. Springfield, IL: 72.7% liberal; 27.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.01 points.

#154. Dublin, OH: 49.2% liberal; 50.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.01 points.

#155. Salem, OR: 77% liberal; 23% conservative. Ideological gap: 7.01 points.

#156. Tampa, FL: 66% liberal; 34% conservative. Ideological gap: 7 points.

#157. Greenville, NC: 62.7% liberal; 37.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.97 points.

#158. Tempe, AZ: 78.4% liberal; 21.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.97 points.

#159. West Chester, PA: 66.7% liberal; 33.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.96 points.

#160. Atlanta, GA: 67.5% liberal; 32.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.95 points.

#161. Chico, CA: 81% liberal; 19% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.94 points.

#162. Mclean, VA: 55.8% liberal; 44.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.93 points.

#163. Fairfax Station, VA: 56.3% liberal; 43.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.92 points.

#164. Raleigh, NC: 72.6% liberal; 27.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.92 points.

#165. Baton Rouge, LA: 41.6% liberal; 58.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.91 points.

#166. West Lafayette, IN: 79.4% liberal; 20.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.91 points.

#167. Carmel, CA: 70.9% liberal; 29.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.9 points.

#168. St Petersburg, FL: 73.3% liberal; 26.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.9 points.

#169. Fort Collins, CO: 79.8% liberal; 20.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.9 points.

#170. Richmond, VA: 71% liberal; 29% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.9 points.

#171. Bend, OR: 76.9% liberal; 23.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.88 points.

#172. Bellevue, WA: 75.1% liberal; 24.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.88 points.

#173. Fort Lauderdale, FL: 67.1% liberal; 32.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.87 points.

#174. Redondo Beach, CA: 77.9% liberal; 22.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.87 points.

#175. St Louis, MO: 72.9% liberal; 27.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.86 points.

#176. Greensboro, NC: 71.5% liberal; 28.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.86 points.

#177. Duluth, MN: 80.5% liberal; 19.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.83 points.

#178. Vienna, VA: 66.3% liberal; 33.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.82 points.

#179. Aurora, IL: 76.2% liberal; 23.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.81 points.

#180. Shreveport, LA: 36.4% liberal; 63.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.81 points.

#181. Lakewood, CO: 79.3% liberal; 20.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.81 points.

#182. Redmond, WA: 79.5% liberal; 20.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.81 points.

#183. Palm Beach Gardens, FL: 57.4% liberal; 42.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.8 points.

#184. West Palm Beach, FL: 64.9% liberal; 35.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.8 points.

#185. Jackson, TN: 31% liberal; 69% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.78 points.

#186. Louisville, KY: 71.9% liberal; 28.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.78 points.

#187. Madison, MS: 27.2% liberal; 72.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.77 points.

#188. Milwaukee, WI: 80.6% liberal; 19.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.76 points.

#189. Ponte Vedra Beach, FL: 32.7% liberal; 67.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.76 points.

#190. Longmont, CO: 81.9% liberal; 18.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.75 points.

#191. Everett, WA: 83% liberal; 17% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.74 points.

#192. Ventura, CA: 80.2% liberal; 19.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.73 points.

#193. Alexandria, VA: 67.3% liberal; 32.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.73 points.

#194. Fayetteville, AR: 78.8% liberal; 21.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.73 points.

#195. North Little Rock, AR: 71.3% liberal; 28.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.72 points.

#196. Akron, OH: 73.1% liberal; 26.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.72 points.

#197. Boca Raton, FL: 62.9% liberal; 37.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.72 points.

#198. Norfolk, VA: 73.6% liberal; 26.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.7 points.

#199. Arlington Heights, IL: 76% liberal; 24% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.68 points.

#200. Boynton Beach, FL: 76.1% liberal; 23.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.68 points.

#201. Delray Beach, FL: 68.6% liberal; 31.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.68 points.

#202. Lexington, KY: 70.5% liberal; 29.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.67 points.

#203. Columbia, MO: 78.3% liberal; 21.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.66 points.

#204. Montgomery, AL: 45.6% liberal; 54.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.66 points.

#205. Annapolis, MD: 71% liberal; 29% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.65 points.

#206. San Diego, CA: 79% liberal; 21% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.64 points.

#207. La Jolla, CA: 68.6% liberal; 31.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.63 points.

#208. Kansas City, MO: 79.3% liberal; 20.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.6 points.

#209. Kirkland, WA: 81% liberal; 19% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.59 points.

#210. Little Rock, AR: 65.6% liberal; 34.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.59 points.

#211. Albuquerque, NM: 76.6% liberal; 23.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.58 points.

#212. St Paul, MN: 81.5% liberal; 18.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.56 points.

#213. Tallahassee, FL: 69.6% liberal; 30.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.54 points.

#214. Los Gatos, CA: 78.5% liberal; 21.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.52 points.

#215. Rancho Santa Fe, CA: 33.3% liberal; 66.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.52 points.

#216. Springfield, OR: 83.6% liberal; 16.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.5 points.

#217. Glendale, CA: 81.7% liberal; 18.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.49 points.

#218. Birmingham, MI: 51.7% liberal; 48.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.49 points.

#219. Gainesville, FL: 80.4% liberal; 19.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.48 points.

#220. Santa Barbara, CA: 79.3% liberal; 20.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.46 points.

#221. Falls Church, VA: 74.7% liberal; 25.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.46 points.

#222. Flagstaff, AZ: 84.9% liberal; 15.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.46 points.

#223. Lake Oswego, OR: 75% liberal; 25% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.45 points.

#224. Renton, WA: 83.9% liberal; 16.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.42 points.

#225. Columbus, OH: 75.1% liberal; 24.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.42 points.

#226. Paradise Valley, AZ: 32.6% liberal; 67.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.42 points.

#227. Long Beach, CA: 81.6% liberal; 18.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.42 points.

#228. Walnut Creek, CA: 81.6% liberal; 18.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.38 points.

#229. Lafayette, CA: 78.1% liberal; 21.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.35 points.

#230. Anchorage, AK: 68.2% liberal; 31.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.35 points.

#231. Arlington, VA: 74.1% liberal; 25.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.34 points.

#232. Miami, FL: 69% liberal; 31% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.33 points.

#233. Lake Forest, IL: 38.9% liberal; 61.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.31 points.

#234. Champaign, IL: 80.9% liberal; 19.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.3 points.

#235. Pittsburgh, PA: 79.8% liberal; 20.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.28 points.

#236. Winnetka, IL: 56.2% liberal; 43.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.27 points.

#237. New Orleans, LA: 76.7% liberal; 23.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.26 points.

#238. Hollywood, FL: 79.9% liberal; 20.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.23 points.

#239. Pasadena, CA: 81.2% liberal; 18.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.23 points.

#240. Reston, VA: 79% liberal; 21% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.23 points.

#241. Kalamazoo, MI: 81.9% liberal; 18.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.22 points.

#242. Darien, CT: 43.8% liberal; 56.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.21 points.

#243. New Canaan, CT: 41.8% liberal; 58.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.21 points.

#244. Des Moines, IA: 81.3% liberal; 18.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.2 points.

#245. Woodland Hills, CA: 82.2% liberal; 17.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.17 points.

#246. Napa, CA: 83.1% liberal; 16.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.15 points.

#247. Bloomfield Hills, MI: 47.5% liberal; 52.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.15 points.

#248. Stamford, CT: 74.4% liberal; 25.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.14 points.

#249. Gaithersburg, MD: 81.9% liberal; 18.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.13 points.

#250. Charlottesville, VA: 82.3% liberal; 17.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.12 points.

#251. Palm Beach, FL: 39.4% liberal; 60.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.11 points.

#252. Los Altos, CA: 79.3% liberal; 20.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.1 points.

#253. Greenwich, CT: 50.4% liberal; 49.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.09 points.

#254. Midland, TX: 15.5% liberal; 84.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.09 points.

#255. Santa Clara, CA: 86% liberal; 14% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.08 points.

#256. Pacific Palisades, CA: 76% liberal; 24% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.02 points.

#257. Burbank, CA: 87% liberal; 13% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.02 points.

#258. San Jose, CA: 85.9% liberal; 14.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 6.01 points.

#259. Beaverton, OR: 86.4% liberal; 13.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.98 points.

#260. Westport, CT: 69.2% liberal; 30.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.97 points.

#261. Staten Island, NY: 72.8% liberal; 27.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.97 points.

#262. Tacoma, WA: 86.3% liberal; 13.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.97 points.

#263. Syracuse, NY: 80.9% liberal; 19.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.96 points.

#264. Charleston, WV: 61.7% liberal; 38.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.96 points.

#265. Cleveland, OH: 80.7% liberal; 19.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.94 points.

#266. Sacramento, CA: 84.1% liberal; 15.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.94 points.

#267. Lakewood, OH: 85.1% liberal; 14.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.93 points.

#268. Coral Gables, FL: 55.8% liberal; 44.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.91 points.

#269. Sunnyvale, CA: 87.2% liberal; 12.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.88 points.

#270. South Pasadena, CA: 85.3% liberal; 14.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.79 points.

#271. Miami Beach, FL: 75.4% liberal; 24.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.78 points.

#272. Rochester, NY: 83.8% liberal; 16.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.77 points.

#273. San Mateo, CA: 85% liberal; 15% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.77 points.

#274. Bloomington, IN: 87.8% liberal; 12.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.76 points.

#275. Minneapolis, MN: 86.3% liberal; 13.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.76 points.

#276. Potomac, MD: 74.6% liberal; 25.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.73 points.

#277. Redwood City, CA: 86.2% liberal; 13.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.73 points.

#278. Denver, CO: 85.8% liberal; 14.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.71 points.

#279. Fremont, CA: 86.7% liberal; 13.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.7 points.

#280. Olympia, WA: 87.4% liberal; 12.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.7 points.

#281. Beverly Hills, CA: 78.1% liberal; 21.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.68 points.

#282. Novato, CA: 86.8% liberal; 13.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.67 points.

#283. Mc Lean, VA: 66.7% liberal; 33.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.64 points.

#284. Lawrence, KS: 87.1% liberal; 12.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.64 points.

#285. Lansing, MI: 84.9% liberal; 15.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.62 points.

#286. Wilmington, DE: 79.3% liberal; 20.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.6 points.

#287. Englewood, NJ: 76.6% liberal; 23.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.57 points.

#288. Encino, CA: 83.1% liberal; 16.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.57 points.

#289. Belmont, CA: 87.2% liberal; 12.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.56 points.

#290. Asheville, NC: 88.3% liberal; 11.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.53 points.

#291. Lafayette, CO: 88.6% liberal; 11.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.52 points.

#292. Louisville, CO: 87.8% liberal; 12.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.51 points.

#293. Menlo Park, CA: 83% liberal; 17% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.51 points.

#294. Buffalo, NY: 84.9% liberal; 15.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.49 points.

#295. Honolulu, HI: 81.8% liberal; 18.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.47 points.

#296. Bellingham, WA: 90% liberal; 10% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.45 points.

#297. Rockville, MD: 85% liberal; 15% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.44 points.

#298. Santa Rosa, CA: 89.3% liberal; 10.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.43 points.

#299. Port Washington, NY: 81% liberal; 19% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.43 points.

#300. St Louis Park, MN: 87.3% liberal; 12.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.37 points.

#301. Missoula, MT: 89% liberal; 11% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.37 points.

#302. North Hollywood, CA: 90.6% liberal; 9.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.34 points.

#303. Scarsdale, NY: 77.9% liberal; 22.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.33 points.

#304. Palm Springs, CA: 87.4% liberal; 12.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.33 points.

#305. White Plains, NY: 85% liberal; 15% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.2 points.

#306. Sherman Oaks, CA: 88.1% liberal; 11.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.19 points.

#307. Mountain View, CA: 90.5% liberal; 9.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.16 points.

#308. East Lansing, MI: 86.1% liberal; 13.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.15 points.

#309. Flushing, NY: 87.3% liberal; 12.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.14 points.

#310. Corvallis, OR: 90% liberal; 10% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.13 points.

#311. Columbia, MD: 88.9% liberal; 11.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.11 points.

#312. Ann Arbor, MI: 87.9% liberal; 12.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.11 points.

#313. Bethesda, MD: 84.1% liberal; 15.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.11 points.

#314. Iowa City, IA: 89.7% liberal; 10.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.1 points.

#315. West Hartford, CT: 85.5% liberal; 14.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.07 points.

#316. Durham, NC: 89.7% liberal; 10.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.06 points.

#317. Princeton, NJ: 85.6% liberal; 14.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 5.03 points.

#318. Belmont, MA: 86.3% liberal; 13.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.99 points.

#319. Washington, DC: 85.1% liberal; 14.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.97 points.

#320. Highland Park, IL: 83% liberal; 17% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.96 points.

#321. Decatur, GA: 90.4% liberal; 9.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.95 points.

#322. Eugene, OR: 90.4% liberal; 9.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.94 points.

#323. Springfield, MA: 89.9% liberal; 10.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.94 points.

#324. Boston, MA: 86.6% liberal; 13.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.92 points.

#325. Petaluma, CA: 91.8% liberal; 8.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.92 points.

#326. Baltimore, MD: 89.5% liberal; 10.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.89 points.

#327. San Rafael, CA: 90.6% liberal; 9.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.88 points.

#328. New York, NY: 86.4% liberal; 13.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.87 points.

#329. Jersey City, NJ: 90.5% liberal; 9.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.86 points.

#330. Santa Monica, CA: 89.9% liberal; 10.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.86 points.

#331. Albany, NY: 89.5% liberal; 10.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.84 points.

#332. Studio City, CA: 90.4% liberal; 9.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.82 points.

#333. Chevy Chase, MD: 85.6% liberal; 14.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.76 points.

#334. Chapel Hill, NC: 90% liberal; 10% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.75 points.

#335. Los Angeles, CA: 90.7% liberal; 9.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.75 points.

#336. Palo Alto, CA: 89.2% liberal; 10.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.71 points.

#337. Lexington, MA: 87.9% liberal; 12.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.71 points.

#338. Worcester, MA: 90.4% liberal; 9.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.71 points.

#339. Chicago, IL: 90.4% liberal; 9.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.67 points.

#340. San Juan, PR: 85.1% liberal; 14.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.65 points.

#341. Madison, WI: 92.3% liberal; 7.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.65 points.

#342. Portland, OR: 92.1% liberal; 7.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.54 points.

#343. Boulder, CO: 92.4% liberal; 7.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.54 points.

#344. Silver Spring, MD: 91.7% liberal; 8.3% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.51 points.

#345. Astoria, NY: 93.5% liberal; 6.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.48 points.

#346. Bowie, MD: 91.5% liberal; 8.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.46 points.

#347. Philadelphia, PA: 91.9% liberal; 8.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.41 points.

#348. Culver City, CA: 93.1% liberal; 6.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.41 points.

#349. Santa Fe, NM: 92.2% liberal; 7.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.4 points.

#350. Salem, MA: 91.8% liberal; 8.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.39 points.

#351. Bronx, NY: 92.4% liberal; 7.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.37 points.

#352. Portland, ME: 92.3% liberal; 7.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.31 points.

#353. Newton, MA: 90.4% liberal; 9.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.26 points.

#354. Davis, CA: 93.9% liberal; 6.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.22 points.

#355. Mill Valley, CA: 92.5% liberal; 7.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.21 points.

#356. Seattle, WA: 93.9% liberal; 6.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.19 points.

#357. Alameda, CA: 94.2% liberal; 5.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.19 points.

#358. Cleveland Heights, OH: 91.5% liberal; 8.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.16 points.

#359. Montclair, NJ: 91.3% liberal; 8.7% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.16 points.

#360. Jackson Heights, NY: 94.2% liberal; 5.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.12 points.

#361. Detroit, MI: 91.8% liberal; 8.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.09 points.

#362. San Francisco, CA: 93.5% liberal; 6.5% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.08 points.

#363. Santa Cruz, CA: 95.1% liberal; 4.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.05 points.

#364. Evanston, IL: 93.2% liberal; 6.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.05 points.

#365. Fort Washington, MD: 92.2% liberal; 7.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 4.03 points.

#366. West Hollywood, CA: 93.6% liberal; 6.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 3.92 points.

#367. Brookline, MA: 92.8% liberal; 7.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 3.83 points.

#368. Arlington, MA: 94.8% liberal; 5.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 3.79 points.

#369. Brooklyn, NY: 94.9% liberal; 5.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 3.77 points.

#370. Providence, RI: 94.6% liberal; 5.4% conservative. Ideological gap: 3.77 points.

#371. Oak Park, IL: 94.9% liberal; 5.1% conservative. Ideological gap: 3.68 points.

#372. Ithaca, NY: 95.8% liberal; 4.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 3.65 points.

#373. Richmond, CA: 96.4% liberal; 3.6% conservative. Ideological gap: 3.57 points.

#374. New Haven, CT: 95.8% liberal; 4.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 3.49 points.

#375. Cambridge, MA: 95.8% liberal; 4.2% conservative. Ideological gap: 3.3 points.

#376. Oakland, CA: 97.2% liberal; 2.8% conservative. Ideological gap: 3.12 points.

#377. Albany, CA: 98.1% liberal; 1.9% conservative. Ideological gap: 2.85 points.

#378. Berkeley, CA: 98% liberal; 2% conservative. Ideological gap: 2.77 points.