Should You Live in a Red State or a Blue State?


You Should Live in a Purple State


Your preferences are 60% Blue, 40% Red
You may not be a swing voter, but you feel comfortable around moderate people.

You tend to do best in states with a red and blue mix – like Nevada and North Carolina.
You are adaptable. You can converse with a church crowd as easily as with grad students.

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6 thoughts on “Should You Live in a Red State or a Blue State?

  1. You Should Live in a Blue State

    Your preferences are 90% Blue, 10% Red
    You may not vote Democrat, but you feel comfortable around people who do.

    You tend to do best in bluer states – like California or New York.
    You fit in with an educated, urban, progressive crowd.

    Wow, I’m even Bluer than I thought! Good thing I live in CA.

  2. 85% Blue, 15% Red. I love the Walmart/Target question. I knew this was a a major indicator . . . of some kind. Where I live, there’s one turnoff for both Target and Walmart. Turn left to go into Target. Turn right to go into Walmart. No joke.

  3. You Should Live in a Purple State

    Your preferences are 55% Blue, 45% Red
    You may not be a swing voter, but you feel comfortable around moderate people.

    You tend to do best in states with a red and blue mix – like Nevada and North Carolina.
    You are adaptable. You can converse with a church crowd as easily as with grad students.

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