Friday, August 12


Aaron at "Blue State Conservatives" has posted an interesting analysis of a study on decidedly liberal and conservative cities in the United States that I spoke to in this post of mine. Seems the cities with populations of 100,000 or greater that are deemed "liberal" based on the voting patterns of their citizens are experiencing an overall decline in their populations. Just the opposite is seen among those cities identified as most "conservative."

Is it fair then to presume that Aaron's conclusions correlate with the phenomenon of so-called "Blue States" experiencing a net loss in population?