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'''Blue state''' refers to [[state]]s in the [[USA]] where a majority [[vote]]s for [[Democratic Party|Democrats]] in [[Presidential election]]s.  They generally have [[liberal]] views on [[gun control]], [[big government]], [[taxation]], [[regulation]] of [[business]], [[human rights]], [[homosexuality|homosexual]] rights, [[abortion]], and [[crime]], and are not considered part of the [[real America]].
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'''Blue state''' refers to [[state]]s in the [[USA]] where a majority [[vote]]s for [[Democratic Party|Democrats]] in presidential [[election]]s.  They generally have [[liberal]] views on [[gun control]], [[big government]], [[taxation]], [[regulation]] of [[business]], [[human rights]], [[homosexuality|homosexual]] rights, [[abortion]], and [[crime]], and are not considered part of the [[real America]].
  
 
They are generally located in the northeast and on the [[west coast]] ([[left coast]]) of the [[United States]].
 
They are generally located in the northeast and on the [[west coast]] ([[left coast]]) of the [[United States]].

Latest revision as of 14:14, 24 July 2018

Blue state refers to states in the USA where a majority votes for Democrats in presidential elections. They generally have liberal views on gun control, big government, taxation, regulation of business, human rights, homosexual rights, abortion, and crime, and are not considered part of the real America.

They are generally located in the northeast and on the west coast (left coast) of the United States.

Composition

Those states tend to vote Democrat in all elections:

Those states tend to vote Democrat, but favors Republicans in presidential elections:

Those states tend to vote Republican, but favors Democrats in presidential elections:

See also