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Geography Lesson

From Scott Suttell's Editor's Choice at Crain’s Cleveland Business talking about the Bay Area Center for Voting Research list of the top-25 most conservative and liberal cities (Word Document):
Cleveland is ranked as the 11th most liberal city in America, just behind Flint, Mich., hometown of lefty gadfly Michael Moore. Detroit is the country’s most liberal city, followed by Gary, Ind., and Berkeley, Calif.

Provo, Utah, was the most conservative city as ranked by the nonprofit research organization. By contrast to the most liberal list, which is filled with cities from the Midwest, only one Midwestern city was on the most conservative list: Allentown, Pa., at No. 11.
Allentown, Pennsylvania is less than 50 miles from Philadelphia. Where exactly is that in the Midwest? Aren't there editors for those basic facts?

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