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14 Total Votes
1

Florida

8 votes
3 comments
2

Texas

3 votes
2 comments
3

Virginia

1 vote
1 comment
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North Carolina

1 vote
0 comments
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South Carolina

1 vote
0 comments
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Georgia

0 votes
0 comments
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Alabama

0 votes
0 comments
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Louisiana

0 votes
0 comments
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Mississippi

0 votes
0 comments
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Oklahoma

0 votes
0 comments
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Arkansas

0 votes
0 comments
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Tennessee

0 votes
0 comments
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Kentucky

0 votes
0 comments
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Dilara says2014-06-30T16:26:51.4719053-05:00
Texas is more of a south western state.
texans14 says2014-06-30T17:09:58.0876395-05:00
Well, the majority of the population of Texas is in east Texas, so that's why I put southeast. Take it from me, a native Texan.
Dilara says2014-06-30T18:42:33.8504915-05:00
Sounds good. I hear Texas is more southern than western culturally.
SweetTea says2014-06-30T18:47:41.3477670-05:00
Many of these states are NOT part of the Southeast. Some are Deep South. Some are Southwest. Some are Mid-Atlantic. Lol. Research your topic before you make a poll!
SweetTea says2014-06-30T18:53:04.0912468-05:00
Dilara ... Please, do NOT confuse Texas with the South.
Dilara says2014-06-30T19:17:15.1731294-05:00
Sweet tea. Texas is part of the south. I know people who live there. It's got bible belty people, southern accents, southern food and all that southern stuff. It's also got horses and ranches so it's also part of the west.
texans14 says2014-07-01T00:19:43.4972357-05:00
Sweet Tea, I was born in Texas and have lived there. Trust me, if we're not south I don't know what is. By the way, I did a poll for each MAJOR region of the country. The Mid Atlantic region only has three states.
bettabreeder says2014-07-01T21:58:06.5693436-05:00
Maryland is sure of a southern state!!
bettabreeder says2014-07-01T21:58:37.7388726-05:00
Sweettea Texas seceded from the Union before the Civil War

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