As someone that travels a lot I was interested to read the above list. The two cities that surprised me the most on this list, as I have been to both, are Tulsa, for being as conservative as it is, and Washington D.C, for being listed as more liberal than a place like Seattle. Although Oklahoma is no doubt conservative, Tulsa is the one place I have been to in that state that feels like it bucks that trend. Also having witnessed the cultures of both D.C. and Seattle, I was surprised, as the above article suggested, that D.C. was listed higher as Seattle. The above link provides a link, the list, and pictures over at Forbes. The Economist is actually who devised the list and their research is here.
Conservatives Grudgingly Praise Warren, Pelosi For Opposing ‘Wall Street Giveaway’
Even if they only picked off a couple, this is exactly the kind of thing Democrats need to be doing. They need to be using populist language. Even more so they need to be trying to past populist legislation and instill their words with true integrity and meaning. Thank heavens Elizabeth Warren is speaking out.