Minneapolis and St. Paul have long been considered liberal bastions. But which one is more liberal?
According to an analysis from
The Economist of study in the American Political Science Review, Minneapolis wins or loses the contest and is a skosh more liberal than its neighbor across the water.
See the ranking of the large cities' conservative scale below and make your own case for which of the Minnesota twins is the most liberal in the comments.
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