East and West Coast Controversy

@2timothy (794)
August 15, 2009 7:41pm CST
What does people in the East Coast think of people in the West Coast, and vice versa? In my limited observation, both seemed to lean more for the Democrats. The West are more conservative than the East. The Europeans are more prominent in the East while the Asians on the West. From a person never been to the US, consider these being from a telescopic view. Need those on ground level to help on this.
1 response
• United States
11 Sep 09
I think actually the south & the east are more conservative than those on the west coast of the USA. Or if you want to go by the old addages of those with "old money" are typically Republicans, those with out money are Democrats, and many in the middle sometimes go with the Green / Liberal parties. It all depends on who's approach to running the country you like better. Sadly the politicans can make many promises but they cannot always do as they promised even with the good intentions of doing so. There are more forces stopping them from achieving their goals.
@2timothy (794)
• Philippines
12 Sep 09
I agree with you that the East is more conservative since Bible Belt Southeastern America and predominantly Catholic Northeastern America are both more conservative.