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« on: December 24, 2005, 12:04:12 pm »

Alachua County, Florida

O'Brien County, Iowa
Muscatine County, Iowa
Montgomery County, Iowa

Jackson Parish, Louisiana
Iberia Parish, Louisiana
Iberville Parish, Louisiana
West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana
Lafourche Parish, Louisiana
St. James Parish, Louisiana
St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana
St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana

Berkshire County, Massachusetts

Humphreys County, Mississippi

Clinton County, New York
Warren County, New York
Fulton County, New York

Elk County, Pennsylvania

Edgefield County, South Carolina
Bamberg County, South Carolina
Calhoun County, South Carolina
Clarendon County, South Carolina
Lee County, South Carolina

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Filuwaúrdjan
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« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2005, 01:11:29 pm »

Not sure... probably not... not as though there were many of them...

Interesting list actually. Mostly Franco-Catholic.
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« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2005, 04:43:28 pm »

Not sure... probably not... not as though there were many of them...

Interesting list actually. Mostly Franco-Catholic.

Probably because Smith was a Catholic and Roosevelt wasn't.
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« Reply #3 on: December 24, 2005, 04:59:47 pm »

Not sure... probably not... not as though there were many of them...

Interesting list actually. Mostly Franco-Catholic.

Probably because Smith was a Catholic and Roosevelt wasn't.

Oh yes, almost certainly. More than almost actually. 1928 was an astonishingly (by U.S standards) Sectarian election.

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Elk in PA is also extremely Catholic. Irish IIRC.
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« Reply #4 on: December 24, 2005, 05:54:07 pm »

I don't think Hoover won West Branch in 1932. Sad
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« Reply #5 on: December 24, 2005, 06:23:04 pm »

I meant swung to him as in, he improved his percentage of the two-party vote. I didn't mean the county necessarily changed hands.
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« Reply #6 on: December 25, 2005, 05:23:40 pm »

Interesting. What's with the SC counties?
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« Reply #7 on: November 12, 2006, 03:32:41 pm »

There's some of the swings for Louisiana and South Carolina

Jackson Parish, Louisiana: to 1.91% (34 votes)
Iberia Parish, Louisiana: 13.89% (413 votes) to 24.86% (798 votes)
Iberville Parish, Louisiana: 14.57% (278 votes) to 24.74% (430 votes)
West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana: 11.37% (78 votes) to 13.93% (96 votes)
Lafourche Parish, Louisiana: 10.86% (243 votes) to 12.18% (364 votes)
St. James Parish, Louisiana: 7.93% (128 votes) to 12.28% (240 votes)
St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana: 10.84% (118 votes) to 17.53% (176 votes)
St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana: 3.16% (77 votes) to 6.5% (106 votes)

Jackson Parish is the only parish listed outside of Acadiana.

Edgefield County, South Carolina: 0.33% (4 votes) to 0.75% (10 votes)
Bamberg County, South Carolina: 0.51% (4 votes) to 0.93% (15 votes)
Calhoun County, South Carolina: 1.2% (7 votes) to 1.42% (10 votes)
Clarendon County, South Carolina: 1.3% (10 votes) to 2.53% (25 votes)
Lee County, South Carolina: 1% (6 votes) to 1.33% (10 votes)

So in the case of South Carolina:

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