Special Report

Counties That Voted Most Heavily for Trump in Every State

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6. Washington, Colorado
> County votes for Trump: 84.3%
> State votes for Trump: 44.4%
> White pop.: 88.3% (10th of 64 CO counties)
> Rural pop.: 100.0% (1st of 64 CO counties)

Litchfield County, Connecticut
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7. Litchfield, Connecticut
> County votes for Trump: 54.8%
> State votes for Trump: 41.2%
> White pop.: 90.2% (1st of 8 CT counties)
> Rural pop.: 41.4% (2nd of 8 CT counties)

Sussex County, Delaware
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8. Sussex, Delaware
> County votes for Trump: 59.2%
> State votes for Trump: 41.9%
> White pop.: 74.8% (1st of 3 DE counties)
> Rural pop.: 41.3% (1st of 3 DE counties)

9. Holmes, Florida
> County votes for Trump: 87.9%
> State votes for Trump: 49.1%
> White pop.: 87.3% (3rd of 67 FL counties)
> Rural pop.: 78.8% (9th of 67 FL counties)

10. Brantley, Georgia
> County votes for Trump: 88.5%
> State votes for Trump: 51.3%
> White pop.: 92.6% (8th of 159 GA counties)
> Rural pop.: 99.4% (25th of 159 GA counties)

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