Sure, this isn’t exactly a newsflash, but it’s nice to have actual data to back it up. Public Policy Polling released a study last week evaluating how voters feel about metro areas. Pollsters found that “The biggest partisan gap is unsurprisingly for D.C. Democrats like it by a net 44 points, while Republicans dislike it by 24, for a 68-point gap.”

Black voters also like D.C. more than white voters, by 34 points.

Meanwhile, Seattle is super popular but Detroit has to sit by itself in the lunchroom.

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