These Are The 10 Most Conservative Cities In Arizona


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Well that was one heck of a nomination process for the Republican Party. Never in my life time have I see anything like it — given that’s a relatively short lifetime, but who’s counting?

And now that we’re headed towards the big November election, we wanted to get a better sense of what parts of Arizona would be the most likely to back Donald Trump.

Specifically, which cities have the highest number of conservative voters in the Grand Canyon State?

In order to do so, we turned our sites on measuring how each city in Arizona with populations greater than 5,000 voted in 2012. The cities with the highest percentage of voters who voted republican in 2012 were crowned the most conservative cities in the state:

  1. Kingman (Photos)
  2. Lake Havasu City (Photos)
  3. Bullhead City (Photos)
  4. Safford (Photos)
  5. Cottonwood (Photos)
  6. Prescott (Photos)
  7. Camp Verde (Photos)
  8. Chino Valley
  9. Sedona (Photos)
  10. Prescott Valley (Photos)

If you’re wondering, Nogales is the most liberal city in Arizona of all those we measured.

And to be clear, we didn’t form this list based on our own biases — we relied on the cold hard data. For more on how we ran the numbers, keep on reading. Then we’ll take a closer look at each of our top 10 most conservative cities in Arizona.

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How we determined the most Conservative cities in Arizona

We started by making a list of every place in Arizona over 5,000 people based on the 2014 American Community Survey that aren’t ‘CDPs’. That left us with more than 57 places in Arizona.

We then measured the voting record and census data to determine which cities lean the most rightwing in their allegiances. Basically, what percentage of a city voted conservative in the 2012 elecetion?

Next, we ranked each city from 1 to 57, and the winner is ‘The Most Conservative City in Arizona.’

Let’s go through these conservative places, shall we?

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1. Kingman

Kingman, Arizona

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 28,511
Percent Conservative: 69.91%

2. Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 53,010
Percent Conservative: 69.91%

3. Bullhead City

Bullhead City, Arizona

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 39,424
Percent Conservative: 69.91%

4. Safford

Safford, Arizona

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 9,636
Percent Conservative: 67.84%

5. Cottonwood

Cottonwood, Arizona

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 11,493
Percent Conservative: 64.04%

6. Prescott

Prescott, Arizona

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 40,700
Percent Conservative: 64.04%

7. Camp Verde

Camp Verde, Arizona

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 11,008
Percent Conservative: 64.04%

8. Chino Valley


Population: 10,961
Percent Conservative: 64.04%

9. Sedona

Sedona, Arizona

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 10,204
Percent Conservative: 64.04%

10. Prescott Valley

Prescott Valley, Arizona

Source: Wikipedia

Population: 40,258
Percent Conservative: 64.04%

Summing Up The Conservative Strongholds

Well there you have it, the places in Arizona that have the highest number of conservatives per capita, with Kingman ranking as the least conservative in the entire state.

If you’re curious, here are the most conservative cities in Arizona:

  1. Nogales
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  3. Flagstaff

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Detailed List Of The Most Conservative Cities In Arizona

City Rank Population % Conservative
Kingman 1 28,511 69.91%
Lake Havasu City 2 53,010 69.91%
Bullhead City 3 39,424 69.91%
Safford 4 9,636 67.84%
Cottonwood 5 11,493 64.04%
Prescott 6 40,700 64.04%
Camp Verde 7 11,008 64.04%
Chino Valley 8 10,961 64.04%
Sedona 9 10,204 64.04%
Prescott Valley 10 40,258 64.04%
Globe 11 7,430 62.31%
Payson 12 15,248 62.31%
Sierra Vista 13 44,892 59.95%
Bisbee 14 5,415 59.95%
Douglas 15 16,911 59.95%
Benson 16 5,013 59.95%
Apache Junction 17 36,586 57.12%
Coolidge 18 11,973 57.12%
Florence 19 30,770 57.12%
Eloy 20 16,954 57.12%
Maricopa 21 45,748 57.12%
Casa Grande 22 49,796 57.12%
Yuma 23 93,812 55.5%
Somerton 24 14,845 55.5%
San Luis 25 30,658 55.5%
Mesa 26 458,860 54.3%
Chandler 27 250,202 54.3%
Scottsdale 28 227,471 54.3%
Buckeye 29 57,165 54.3%
Surprise 30 123,813 54.3%
Tempe 31 169,816 54.3%
Goodyear 32 72,880 54.3%
Glendale 33 234,844 54.3%
Gilbert 34 230,781 54.3%
Avondale 35 78,872 54.3%
Peoria 36 163,664 54.3%
Queen Creek 37 30,143 54.3%
Phoenix 38 1,514,208 54.3%
El Mirage 39 33,010 54.3%
Cave Creek 40 5,122 54.3%
Litchfield Park 41 5,253 54.3%
Fountain Hills 42 23,322 54.3%
Guadalupe 43 6,012 54.3%
Paradise Valley 44 13,477 54.3%
Wickenburg 45 6,620 54.3%
Tolleson 46 6,806 54.3%
Snowflake 47 5,604 53.07%
Winslow 48 9,530 53.07%
Show Low 49 10,768 53.07%
Marana 50 38,280 45.61%
South Tucson 51 5,686 45.61%
Sahuarita 52 25,430 45.61%
Tucson 53 528,374 45.61%
Oro Valley 54 41,965 45.61%
Flagstaff 55 68,375 40.84%
Page 56 7,429 40.84%
Nogales 57 20,601 30.44%

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