The Democrats only win the cities, the Black Belt, the Rio Grande Valley, and some Indian reservations.
That the Democrats have become the party of coastal elites is now backed up by hard data from the Nov. 8 election.
President-elect Donald Trump won 3,084 of the 3,141 counties in the United States.
Hillary Clinton won just 52 coastal counties and five â€œcounty equivalentâ€ cities stretching from San Diego to Seattle on the West Coast and Northern Virginia to Boston on the East Coast, including two major cities â€“ Washington, D.C and Baltimore, Maryland â€“ included in the five â€œcounty equivalentâ€ cities, and three major cities â€“ Philadelphia, New York, and Boston â€“ which are included in the 52 counties.
Clinton received 70 percent of the 18.4 million votes cast in these 52 elite coastal counties. Votes cast in those counties accounted for only 14.4 percent of the estimated 127.7 million total votes cast in the country.