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Counties That Voted Most Heavily for Trump in Every State

Beaver County, Oklahoma
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36. Beaver, Oklahoma
> County votes for Trump: 88.8%
> State votes for Trump: 65.3%
> White pop.: 76.0% (29th of 77 OK counties)
> Rural pop.: 100.0% (1st of 77 OK counties)

37. Lake, Oregon
> County votes for Trump: 78.7%
> State votes for Trump: 41.1%
> White pop.: 85.6% (17th of 36 OR counties)
> Rural pop.: 63.3% (7th of 36 OR counties)

Fulton County, Pennsylvania
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38. Fulton, Pennsylvania
> County votes for Trump: 84.2%
> State votes for Trump: 48.8%
> White pop.: 96.5% (9th of 67 PA counties)
> Rural pop.: 100.0% (1st of 67 PA counties)

Warwick, Rhode Island, Kent County
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39. Kent, Rhode Island
> County votes for Trump: 47.8%
> State votes for Trump: 39.8%
> White pop.: 90.2% (3rd of 5 RI counties)
> Rural pop.: 8.0% (3rd of 5 RI counties)

Pickens County, South Carolina
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40. Pickens, South Carolina
> County votes for Trump: 73.9%
> State votes for Trump: 54.9%
> White pop.: 86.5% (1st of 46 SC counties)
> Rural pop.: 35.8% (35th of 46 SC counties)

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