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==Ranking among the most conservative American cities==
 
==Ranking among the most conservative American cities==
It is fifth in the list of [[most conservative American cities]].<ref>[http://americancityandcounty.com/content/study-ranks-americas-most-liberal-and-conservative-cities 2005 study rankings on liberal and conservative cities]. Posted Oct 27, 2014.  Accessed March 18, 2015.</ref>
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It is fifth in the list of most conservative American cities.<ref>[http://americancityandcounty.com/content/study-ranks-americas-most-liberal-and-conservative-cities 2005 study rankings on liberal and conservative cities]. Posted Oct 27, 2014.  Accessed March 18, 2015.</ref>
  
 
However, recent relocations of liberal [[California]]ns (seeking to escape the results of their liberal policies, yet voting the same way upon relocation) have turned Plano (and Collin County in general) into a much less reliably conservative base.
 
However, recent relocations of liberal [[California]]ns (seeking to escape the results of their liberal policies, yet voting the same way upon relocation) have turned Plano (and Collin County in general) into a much less reliably conservative base.

Latest revision as of 10:19, 6 April 2019

Skyline of Plano, TX

Plano is a city in Texas, although originally a suburb of Dallas it has grown to be a sizeable city in its own right.

Ranking among the most conservative American cities

It is fifth in the list of most conservative American cities.[1]

However, recent relocations of liberal Californians (seeking to escape the results of their liberal policies, yet voting the same way upon relocation) have turned Plano (and Collin County in general) into a much less reliably conservative base.

Prestonwood Baptist Church, a multi-site Southern Baptist megachurch, has its main campus in west Plano.

Barbara Staff, a co-manager of Ronald Reagan's crucial 1976 primary victory over U.S. President Gerald Ford, resides in Plano.


Bibliography - Further Reading

External links

References

  1. 2005 study rankings on liberal and conservative cities. Posted Oct 27, 2014. Accessed March 18, 2015.