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Red State or Blue?  

Lawyers are one of the most highly opinionated groups on the face of the earth.  In fact, by reputation and rumor, they are second only to mothers-in-law. And if there's anything opinionated people (and opinionated lawyers in particular) love to debate, it's politics.  

The data included here comes from a number of sources:

  • 2004 Presidential election data for the county in which the law school is located came from David Leip's election page. (This data is still available, but no longer free.)
  • Data on law schools and the counties in which they are located came from the Places Rated Almanac, or from county web pages, (e.g., http://www.ci.laramie.wy.us/).  

 

Washington DC American

80% Democrat in 2004

80% Democrat, 20% Republican

Catholic
D.C.L.S
George Washington
Georgetown
Howard
Berkeley CA Cal Berkeley

75% Democrat in 2004

75% Democrat, 25% Republican

Cambridge MA Harvard
Malibu CA Pepperdine
New Orleans LA Tulane, Loyola
Newton MA Boston College
Philadelphia PA Penn, Temple
San Francisco CA USF, Hastings,
Golden Gate
St. Louis MO St. Louis,Wash. U
Arlington VA George Mason

70% Democrat in 2004

70% Democrat, 30% Republican

Chicago IL U Chicago, DePaul
IIT-Kent, Loyola
J.Marshall, N'western
Denver CO Colorado, Denver
Detroit MI Det. Mercy, Wayne St
Milwaukee WI Marquette
Portland-OR Lewis & Clark
Richmond VA Richmond
Stanford CA Stanford
Ann Arbor MI U Michigan, Ave Maria

65% Democrat in 2004

65% Democrat, 35% Republican
Boston MA Boston U, Suffolk
New Eng., N'eastern
Cleveland OH Case, Cleveland St.  
Durham NC Duke, NC Central
Ft Lauderdale FL Nova S'eastern
Iowa City  IA U Iowa
Los Angeles CA

 

UCLA, Loyola,
USC, Southwestern
Madison WI U Wisconsin
Providence RI Roger Williams
Santa Clara CA Santa Clara U
Seattle WA U Wash., Seattle U
Springfield-MA Western New Eng.
St. Paul MN Hamline, Wm. Mitchell
Athens GA U Georgia

60% Democrat in 2004

60% Democrat, 40% Republican
Atlanta GA GA St., J. Marshall
Chapel Hill NC UNC -- Chapel Hill
Columbia SC U South Carolina
Davis CA Cal - Davis
Des Moines IA Drake
Eugene OR U Oregon
Jackson MS Mississippi College
Lawrence KS U Kansas
Minneapolis MN U Minn., U. of St. Thomas
Pittsburgh PA Pittsburgh, Duquesne
Tallahassee FL Florida State
Toledo OH U Toledo
Villanova PA Villanova
Wilmington DE Widener
Austin TX U of Texas

55% Democrat in 2004

55% Democrat, 45% Republican
Baltimore MD  U MD, U Baltimore
Bloomington-IN Indiana U
Carbondale IL Southern IL
Columbus-OH Ohio State
Coral Gables FL U Miami
Gainesville FL U Florida
Grundy VA Appalachian
Hamden CT Quinnipiac
Hartford CT UConn
Lansing MI Michigan State
Memphis TN Memphis State
Miami FL St. Thomas Law
Nashville TN Vanderbilt
New Haven CT Yale
Portland-ME U of Maine
South Royalton VT Vermont
Tucson AZ U of Arizona
Vermillion, SD U of South Dakota
Buies Creek NC  Campbell

50% Republican in 2004

50% Democrat in 2004

50% Democrat, 50% Republican

Champaign-Urbana U of Illinois
Charlottesville VA U of Virginia
Columbia MO U of Missouri
Dallas TX SMU
Dayton OH U of Dayton
Honolulu HI U of Hawaii
Indianapolis IN U of Indiana
Kansas City MO U Missouri KC
Louisville KY U of Louisville
Macon GA Mercer
Missoula MT U of Montana
Morgantown WV West Virginia U
Moscow ID U of Idaho
South Bend IN Notre Dame
Orlando FL Barry, FAMU
Sacramento CA Pacific - McGeorge
Baton Rouge LA Louisiana State

55% Republican in 2004

45% Democrat, 55% Republican
Birmingham AL Samford
DeKalb IL Northern IL
Fayetteville AR U of Arkansas
Harrisburg PA Widener, Penn St.
Houston TX U Houston,  S. Texas,
Texas Southern
Laramie WY U of Wyoming
Lexington KY U of Kentucky
Lincoln NE U of Nebraska
Salem OR Willamette
San Antonio TX St. Mary's
St. Petersburg FL Stetson
San Diego CA USD, Cal. Western
Thomas Jefferson
Spokane WA Gonzaga
Topeka KS Washburn
Valparaiso, IN Valparaiso
Winston-Salem NC Wake Forest
Costa Mesa CA Whittier

60% Republican in 2004

40% Democrat, 60% Republican
Ft. Worth TX Texas Wesleyan
Fullerton CA Chapman
Grand Forks ND U of North Dakota
Highland Hts. KY Northern Kentucky
Jacksonville FL Florida Coastal
Knoxville TN U of Tennessee
Omaha NE Creighton
Oxford MS U of Mississippi
Salt Lake City UT U of Utah
Tempe AZ Arizona State
Tuscaloosa AL U of Alabama
Lexington VA Washington & Lee

65% Republican in 2004

35% Democrat, 65% Republican

Little Rock AR U of Arkansas
Norman OK U of Oklahoma
Oklahoma City OK Oklahoma City
Tulsa OK U of Tulsa
Virginia Beach VA Regent
Waco TX Baylor
Williamsburg VA William & Mary  
Lubbock TX Texas Tech

75% Republican in 2004

25% Democrat, 75% Republican

Provo UT Brigham Young U

 

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