Top 10 Most Liberal States In USA !

“Blue countries” are States which, in comparison to conservative “red states,” have a more liberal population and culture. While there are more red states than blue states, the blue states tend to have much higher indexes. Massachusetts, where the progressive city of Boston is located, is the most liberal State. This list of the liberal nature of a state is based upon the number of liberals compared to conservatives.

These cities tend to receive LGBTQ+ acceptance from high minorities and the public. Washington, D.C. follow it; Seattle, Washington; Oakland, California; Boston, Massachusetts; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Detroit, Michigan; New York City, Buffalo, N.Y.; and Baltimore, Maryland.

What is a liberal and democratic State?

The separated powers, an automatic judiciary, a control system, and balance between government branches are emphasized by liberal democracy.

Which is the most liberal State?

San Francisco, CA

Below are the top ten most liberal states in the United States.

10. Hawaii


Hawaii is a U.S. state about 2,000 miles from the U.S. continent. It is the only State outside North America in the tropics and the only island country. In both Maryland and Oregon, Hawaii is linked to the eighth-liberal U.S. state. Democrats usually dominate the politics of Hawaii’s Congress. The government only elected a Republican American senator, Hiram Fong, and two of the GOP House members from 1959 to 1977.

The Democrats, Mazie Hirono, and Brian Schatz, currently represent Hawaii in the Senate. Hawaiian electors make up 28 percent of Liberals and conservatives 22 percent.

This place has so many racial and cultural diversities. Hawaii, everyone gets much better than U.N. delegates. Moderates are the largest group in Hawaii.


9. Maryland


Maryland is a Virginia bordering state and is in contact with Oregon, having Liberals constitute 28 percent of the vote. The voters of Maryland are conservative by 29 percent, and the State is liberal. At 39%, the largest group to vote is moderate. Maryland was one of just rare states that increased President Barack Obama’s popular voting margin four years earlier in 2012. Maryland seems to get bluer every year, already one of America’s bluesiest states. Liberals have a lot to do, but recently there are plenty of reasons to be encouraged. During the 2016 presidential election, 60.3 percent of voters voted Democrat. Maryland legalized gay marriages, the tax was increased, and major arms restrictions were imposed.


8. Oregon


For thousands of years, Oregon has been home to many indigenous people. In the early-mid 1500s, the first traders in Europe, explorers, and colonists began to explore Oregon’s Pacific Coast. A lot of Oregon’s North Border and Washington are marked by the Columbia River. It is the nation’s eighth-largest liberal State, and 28% of the voters are liberal. Oregon has a high share of persons who identify as liberals, just like in the West Coast countries of California and Washington. A 2013 survey of residents’ political ideology in every State by Gallup found that Oregon’s people are 35.00% moderate and 28.00% liberals. Due to its diverse waterways and landscapes, Oregon’s economy is driven primarily by agriculture, fishing, and hydroelectric power.

Portland, Oregon

7. California


California is an American state on the west coast. This is also America’s most populous sub-national entity and the world’s 34th-largest. It is the seventh State in America as a liberal. The Liberals have 29 percent of the voters, and conservatives are 29 percent. Because South California and San Francisco Bay are the majority of its inhabitants are generally liberal. In the presidential elections from 1952 to 1992, California was a Republican stronghold. In the presidential election 2016, 61.5 percent of voters voted Democrat, and 30% led a Republican election. The culture of California is a Western culture, and its roots in American culture are most apparent.

Los Angeles, California

6. New Hampshire


In the New England province of the United States, New Hampshire is a state. It lies on Massachusetts’ southern border, on the west of Vermont, on the east of Maine and the Atlantic Ocean, and Quebec’s northern border. No income tax is available in New Hampshire except interest and dividends. It is the sixth-liberal country with 30% of New York relations and is less liberal than New York and 28% conservative. New Hampshire has often become famous for its moderate amendments and particularly in the strongly Democratic neighboring States. In the 19th and 20th centuries, the voters mainly chose Republicans as national officers until 1992.

New Hampshire

5. New York


The most populous city in the United States is New York City.  It is one of the world’s most populous megacities, with nearly 20 million people in its metropolis and approximately 23 million in its combined statistical area. The fifth-liberal State in the United States is New York. In New York, 30% identify as Liberals compared with 27% who identify themselves as Conservative, New York is considered enough reliable blue State to spend more than just tacit amounts campaigning. New York, on the other hand, is quite conservative. As a result, the Republicans dominate the State Senate in general while Democrats dominate the State Assembly. The majority of the Upper States are geologically divided and conservative places and the Metro regions are liberal. At the 2016 presidential election, 59 percent of voters voted Democratic. New York is an important focus for international diplomacy, home to the United Nations’ headquarters, and has often been named the world’s capital.

Times Square, New York City

4. Washington


Washington is a state in the United States’ Pacific Northwest Region. The State was designated George Washington, first President of the United States, and Treaty in the Oregon border dispute of the western part of the Washington Territory ceded by the British Empire in 1846. During its first 40 years of statehood, it mainly elected republican candidates. Washington belongs to the “Blue Wall” at the presidential level, having voted since 1988 for all Democratic candidates. Washington is the fourth-liberal State, with 31% identified as liberal in the electorate.  Moderates have voters with 37 percent. In the 2016 presidential election, 52.5 percent of voters voted Democratic.


3. Vermont


In the United States, Vermont is a State of New England. It is bordered by Massachusetts in the south, New Hampshire in the east, New York in the west, and Quebec in Canada in the north. Vermont is the one State not bordering the Atlantic Ocean in New England. Vermont is the second-least U.S. country and the sixth-smallest in 50 U.S. states by area.

Ironically, on the second amendment and gun rights issues, Vermont receives high marks. Vermont does not have to handle crime, violence, or gangs that most countries do without a major city center in the State. As a result, gun-rights advocates usually make it highly friendly as a second amendment. Vermont is home to Bernie Sanders, a Democrat Socialist who ran successfully for President in 2016 and ran again in 2020. In 2016 in Vermont, he received 71% of the vote.


2. Maine


Maine’s State is located at the border with New Hampshire in New England, the South-East of the Atlantic Ocean, and the north-west of the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Quebec. Maine is the twelfth smallest, the ninth-lowest populous, and the thirteenth-lowest in the 50 U.S. It is the country’s second-liberal State, with 35% of voters consider themselves conservative. 33% of the voters are Liberal. 47.9% of Maine voted for the democratic in the 2016 presidential election, while 44.9% vote for the Republican. With 29 percent of the voters being identified as moderate, modernists are not more than Liberals or Conservatives in the Maine region.


1. Massachusetts


Massachusetts, the most populous place in the New England region of the United States. It is located on the east front of the Atlantic and west side of New York. Boston, which is also the most populous city in New England, is the capital of Massachusetts. It is the most liberal state in the United States, with 35% of the electorate being liberal. The Massachusetts Commonwealth is often classified as progressive and liberal in social terms. Like most countries, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party are the two main political parties. It is the home state of famous politicians, such as Elizabeth Warren, etc. There are many city areas and a highly educated population in this State, which contribute greatly to the liberal environment.



Over time, states can shift between Liberals and conservatives due to factors such as immigration and minority power. Although the general distribution of ideology reflects a clustered regional model, even between states that share frontiers, history and certain cultural patterns can produce different ideological patterns. For example, New Hampshire is more conservative than the national average but borders the Union’s two most liberal states – Massachusetts and Vermont.

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