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County breakdown - Question 1 #marryME

According to the Bangor Daily News numbers as of 9:25 am, here is the breakdown by county, and a handy map (made with the help of Microsoft MapPoint) showing exactly how little of Maine voted for marriage equality (remember, Yes is to repeal equality and No is to protect it):

 

County           % Yes              % No

Androscoggin 60.13% 39.87%
Very Strong Yes
Aroostook 73.22% 26.78%
Very Strong Yes
Cumberland 39.67% 60.33%
Very Strong No
Franklin 59.53% 40.47%
Very Strong Yes
Hancock 46.81% 53.19%
Solid No
Kennebec 56.56% 43.44%
Solid Yes
Knox 49.16% 50.84%
Weak No
Lincoln 50.62% 49.38%
Weak Yes
Oxford 59.13% 40.87%
Very Strong Yes
Penobscot 58.79% 41.21%
Very Strong Yes
Piscataquis 66.81% 33.19%
Very Strong Yes
Sagadahoc 49.32% 50.68%
Weak No
Somerset 65.41% 34.59%
Very Strong Yes
Waldo 53.38% 46.62%
Solid Yes
Washington 64.79% 35.21%
Very Strong Yes
York 50.22% 49.78%
Weak Yes

 

 

 

 

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