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Old 07-16-2017, 12:41 PM
 
Location: The Heart of Dixie
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It's not just Boston, it's a large majority of the "liberal" cities, those like Boston, Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, and etc. Soon I as began to notice the behavior behind what "liberalism" means in the US, I've kind of shied away from that title when in relation to cities, especially when they're able to pick, choose, and nitpick around what is, and what's not liberal. Honestly, Middle Ground cities seem to be more diverse and aware when it comes to actual socialistic issues.
New Orleans is a truly liberal city within the city itself. The suburbs are conservative for the most part. The New Orleans and Baton Rouge suburbs are moderate conservative IMHO but to a California liberal they would be right wing I suppose.
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Old 07-19-2017, 10:37 PM
 
Location: Minneapolis, MN
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I really don't get how people think Miami & Orlando are middle ground cities. They are one of the most liberal places in the nation.
No they're not. Granted I'd say they're both pretty liberal but nowhere near the most in the nation. Not in a nation where Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Austin and New York exist. Miami's liberalism isn't the kind you find in Berkeley, that's for sure. In fact, its not a very politically active city. The most politically vocal group are Cubans which often vote republican anyway.
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