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satsuma
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« on: July 19, 2022, 08:57:52 PM »
« edited: July 23, 2022, 04:39:20 PM by satsuma »

My perception isn't too different from some of the above. Vibes are real! Outsider's perspective on most of these coming from Louisiana and Texas.

1. Vermont
2. Oregon
3. California
4. Washington
5. Massachusetts
6. New York
7. Maryland
8. Hawaii
9. Minnesota
10. Colorado
11. New Jersey
12. Rhode Island
13. Illinois
14. Connecticut
15. New Mexico
16. Delaware
17. Michigan
18. Virginia
19. Maine
20. Nevada
21. New Hampshire
22. Pennsylvania
23. Wisconsin
24. Florida
25. Ohio
26. Iowa
27. North Carolina
28. Montana
29. Arizona
30. Georgia
31. Nebraska
32. Alaska
33. Texas
34. Indiana
35. Tennessee
36. Missouri
37. Kansas
38. West Virginia
39. Louisiana
40. North Dakota
41. South Carolina
42. South Dakota
43. Kentucky
44. Utah
45. Arkansas
46. Idaho
47. Oklahoma
48. Alabama
49. Wyoming
50. Mississippi

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satsuma
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E: -0.90, S: -2.61

« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2022, 11:39:12 PM »

I think the vote in the House on the marriage equality bill is a good indicator... A state like Texas feels very conservative/right, but in actuality it probably is much less so overall than it feels.

The trouble with House votes (link) is they do come down to one person's feelings, though they risk hearing about their more controversial choices in the next election. While it would seem that SC is relatively moderate with 2 R yeas out of 6, Mace barely made it through the recent primaries and Rice lost by a lot.

While I didn't reference it for ranking, this poll result about approval of LGBTQ nondiscrimination (link)  is interesting, with NH > VT, UT for the top 3.
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