Why large cities tend to support Democratic candidates

02/20/2013 | Atlantic Cities, The

Urban areas tend to skew heavily Democratic in elections, and a new analysis reveals why. The Democratic urban vote is driven chiefly by educated creative-industry and knowledge workers; in fact, Republicans usually do well in cities with primarily industrial or blue-collar economies. "America is divided between cities of knowledge and skill and the rest," writes Richard Florida.

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