Did you know: Five of the 10 most conservative cities in America are located in Texas? Yes, you probably did know. But now you have the cold, hard data to back that presumption, because Crowdpac just released statistics ranking the prominence of liberal or conservative ideologies in almost every city and town across America. Instead of basing the rankings on election ballots and voter registration, Crowdpac took a look at political donations since 2002. Thus, the rankings take into account active participation in political parties outside of elections, as well as which specific candidates townsfolk contributed most to (a Bernie Sanders supporter receives more liberal points than a Barack Obama supporter). Each city is ranked on a 10-point scale, 10C being the most conservative and 10L being the most liberal.