Special Report

Counties That Voted Most Heavily for Trump in Every State

Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument, Catron County, New Mexico
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31. Catron, New Mexico
> County votes for Trump: 71.4%
> State votes for Trump: 40.0%
> White pop.: 79.9% (1st of 33 NM counties)
> Rural pop.: 100.0% (1st of 33 NM counties)

Wyoming County, New York
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32. Wyoming, New York
> County votes for Trump: 73.0%
> State votes for Trump: 37.5%
> White pop.: 89.8% (29th of 62 NY counties)
> Rural pop.: 64.1% (17th of 62 NY counties)

Graham County, North Carolina
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33. Graham, North Carolina
> County votes for Trump: 79.6%
> State votes for Trump: 50.5%
> White pop.: 88.0% (15th of 100 NC counties)
> Rural pop.: 100.0% (1st of 100 NC counties)

34. Mercer, North Dakota
> County votes for Trump: 81.4%
> State votes for Trump: 64.1%
> White pop.: 93.9% (24th of 53 ND counties)
> Rural pop.: 65.0% (40th of 53 ND counties)

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35. Mercer, Ohio
> County votes for Trump: 80.7%
> State votes for Trump: 52.1%
> White pop.: 96.2% (17th of 88 OH counties)
> Rural pop.: 61.4% (29th of 88 OH counties)

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