In a time where the nation is so divided, it’s such a relief to know that there are states that offer a proverbial refuge for both conservatives and liberals. It’s not to say that we shouldn’t all appreciate and respect each other’s differences, but let’s be honest! Like speaks to like. No one wants to live in a neighborhood or work in a town where the odds are 100 to 1 and you’re the 1, right? So, here’s a list of states that have upheld traditional and conservative values that allow conservative folks to avoid feeling like they’re standing in a political battleground every single day.67% of the population are Republicans, and 68% of the people in this state voted for Trump. Wyoming has a low employment rate, but it’s very business friendly and has a natural gas and oil production that is simply booming.
68% of the population in the state of Alabama are Republicans, and 62% of the people in this state voted for Trump. They are extremely old fashioned and traditional folks, but they’re also known for their delicious Southern foods like pecan pies, fresh seafood, delicious barbecue.
68% of the population are Republicans, and 61% of the people in this state are huge Trump supporters. So, yes! It’s a very conservative state, but it’s also famous for the beautiful sceneries and attractions, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, and Beale Street in Memphis.
60% of the population are Republicans. It is reported that 63% of the people in this state voted for Trump. They’re independent, pragmatic, and very conservative folks. But they also have amazing parks like the Theodore Roosevelt National Park and an array of natural beauty that is to die for.
64% of the population are Republicans, and 58% of the people in this state voted for Trump. Residents, conservatives or otherwise, can visit the BB King Museum, Elvis Presley’s birthplace, and the beautiful sandy white beaches of the Gulf Islands.
47% of the population are Republicans, and 65% of the people in this state voted for Trump. The only thing they support more than Trump is the Major League Baseball Union. Oklahoma is also known for the full stretch of Route 66 and their National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
52% of the population are Republicans. One thing they have an abundance of aside from Republicans are outdoor activities. Sun Valley is a haven for skiers and snowboarders, and during the summer it’s the perfect place for hikers and mountain bikers. Craters of the Moon National Monument in South of Arco offers visitors fire caves and a lunar-like atmosphere. Sawtooth National Recreation Area is picture perfect with its 756,000 acres of wildland, peaks over 10,000 feet, and there are enough alpine lakes to check out a new one almost every day of the year!
47% of the population are Republicans, and 62% of the people in this state voted for Trump. Republicans control most of the state’s politics, but it’s still ranked as one of the most business-friendly states. If you want to get away from politics, the Black Hills and the Badlands are the best places to unwind.
60% of the population are Republicans, and 55% of the people in this state voted for Trump and will most likely do so again in 2020. But this beautiful state is also known for its lush gardens, Southern plantations, and 187 miles of coastline which will undoubtedly make any conservatives very happy to live here.
52% of the population are Republicans and 57% of the people in this state voted for Trump. But Missouri is a nexus for beer brewing, Missouri wine, and of course the lesser-known but equally as delicious St. Louis-style barbeque.