By Jon Corrigan

By: Jon Corrigan

Michigan is traditionally a “blue” state, generally leaning to the left in Presidential elections.

This liberal stance especially hold true in southeast Michigan. However, according to a study by, there are some conservative pockets in the region.

Using 2012 election data, among other variables, the infotainment website determined the cities below are the most conservative cities in southeastern Michigan.

And since Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, you could make the argument these cities are more likely to vote for him.

Disclaimer: This study, though based on real statistics, is someone’s opinion and is meant as infotainment.

1. Howell (61.1% conservative)

2. Brighton (61.1% conservative)

3. St. Clair (52.4% conservative)

4. Jackson (52.7% conservative)

5. Adrian (49.9% conservative)

6. Monroe (48.8% conservative)

7. Fraser (47.5% conservative)

8. Roseville (47.5% conservative)

9. Warren (47.5% conservative)

10. Mount Clemens (47.5% conservative)

11. Eastpointe (47.5% conservative)

12. Sterling Heights (47.5% conservative)

13. Troy (45.5% conservative)

14. Birmingham (45.5% conservative)

15. Milford (45.5% conservative)

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