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Counties That Voted Most Heavily for Trump in Every State

Plymouth County, Massachusetts
Source: Wikimedia Commons

21. Plymouth, Massachusetts
> County votes for Trump: 43.4%
> State votes for Trump: 33.5%
> White pop.: 82.9% (7th of 14 MA counties)
> Rural pop.: 10.3% (7th of 14 MA counties)

22. Missaukee, Michigan
> County votes for Trump: 73.8%
> State votes for Trump: 47.6%
> White pop.: 94.9% (23rd of 83 MI counties)
> Rural pop.: 100.0% (1st of 83 MI counties)

Source: Dustin Simmonds / Wikimedia Commons

23. Morrison, Minnesota
> County votes for Trump: 73.7%
> State votes for Trump: 45.4%
> White pop.: 96.3% (9th of 87 MN counties)
> Rural pop.: 72.8% (31st of 87 MN counties)

24. George, Mississippi
> County votes for Trump: 88.0%
> State votes for Trump: 58.3%
> White pop.: 87.9% (3rd of 82 MS counties)
> Rural pop.: 88.3% (24th of 82 MS counties)

Source: Skye Marthaler / Wikimedia Commons

25. Bollinger, Missouri
> County votes for Trump: 85.1%
> State votes for Trump: 57.1%
> White pop.: 96.9% (8th of 115 MO counties)
> Rural pop.: 100.0% (1st of 115 MO counties)

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