Would Wyoming Welcome Conservative California Refugees? [POLL RESULTS]
In the San Francisco East Bay area, conservatives say they live a secret life now. Many feel that liberals speaking out about Trump has gone over the top. Maybe you wonder if some want a move to a more conservative place like … well … you know.
We now give the results of our Wyoming poll on that, but we may be more polarized about it than we thought.
Around the East Bay, conservatives don’t say what they really feel out of fear for their safety. They now have secret meetings. A tv station, KPIX-5, was invited to visit one of their gatherings, and the CBS affiliate was asked not to reveal the location, and who attended. (Video of the tv story is here.)
One conservative cited a recent Berkeley demonstration where libs got violent. He also said, “Being a conservative in the Bay Area is like being a heretic. You lead a double life, and can never tell co-workers or even friends. Liberals pride themselves on being diverse, and they are about everything but their ideology.”
So we polled those in the Equality State who are sympathetic. As many consider us politically the opposite of California, maybe conservatives would be more comfortable here. Here’s the question for Wyoming conservatives about California’s conservative refugees.
Upon a surge of incoming conservatives to Wyoming, would you welcome them?
No, I like it as the least populated state. I don't want that changed. 50.79 Percent
Yes, I’ve lived in other states. I can't deprive anyone of moving here. 42.06 Percent
I'm not political, so I don't care. 7.14 Percent
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