There aren't that many overwhelmingly Democratic counties in rural America. But there's good variety — warm, cold, hip, poor, rich, black, white and brown.
The 50 most Democratic rural or exurban counties in the country provide a good bit of variety. (See the chart above.)
There’s tropical (Maui County, Hawaii); Indian (Shannon County, South Dakota); African American (Jefferson County, Mississippi); Northern (Franklin County, Massachusetts); and down-on-the-border (Maverick County, Texas).
There are also, of course, the impossibly hip counties of Taos (New Mexico), Dukes (on Cape Cod) and Presidio (home to the hipster Mecca, Marfa, Texas).
Want to live in rural America but also around other Democrats? Your list of possible new homes is at the top of this page.