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Most Republican U.S. Cities

Name the biggest U.S. cities that have the largest Republican percentage lead using the past two elections.
Only cities with at least 125,000 people as of the 2020 Census using city proper.
Information taken from Wikipedia and DavesRedistricting
Hint: A lot of suburbs
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Lead
City
Population
54%
Midland, TX
132,524
49%
Amarillo, TX
200,393
45%
Lakewood, NJ
135,158
43%
Abilene, TX
125,182
27%
Lubbock, TX
257,141
27%
Cape Coral, FL
194,016
22%
Hialeah, FL
223,109
20%
Peoria, AZ
190,985
20%
Surprise, AZ
143,148
16%
Gilbert, AZ
267,918
14%
McKinney, TX
195,308
14%
Visalia, CA
141,384
13%
Mesa, AZ
504,258
Lead
City
Population
11%
Colorado Springs, CO
478,961
10%
Frisco, TX
200,509
10%
Murfreesboro, TN
152,769
10%
Pasadena, TX
151,950
8%
Scottsdale, AZ
241,361
8%
Sioux Falls, SD
192,517
7%
Bakersfield, CA
403,455
7%
Huntington Beach, CA
198,711
7%
Roseville, CA
147,773
7%
Fargo, ND
125,990
6%
Oklahoma City, OK
681,054
6%
Henderson, NV
317,610
6%
Sterling Heights, MI
134,346
1 Comments
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May 1, 2023
One thing to note is that while these might be the voting politics of these cities, this association as "Republican" may not be necessarily reflective of the majority of the population as for a number of these cities, there is a large non-voting population.