The percentage of people living in Washington, D.C., who call themselves liberals is far greater than the national percentage, and significantly greater than the percentage in any of the fifty states, according to polling data released today by Gallup.
Nationally, 23 percent of American adults call themselves liberals, according to Gallup, and 38 percent call themselves conservatives.
But in Washington, D.C., 38.1 percent call themselves liberals–65.6 percent more than in the nation as a whole.
After D.C., Vermont is the most liberal jurisdiction, with 32.4 percent of people there calling themselves liberals.
The top five most conservative states are: Wyoming, Mississippi, Idaho, Utah, and Arkansas.
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