By Bill Bishop and Julie Ardery, Daily Yonder
Republicans won the U.S. House Tuesday largely by winning districts with high proportions of rural voters.
Two-thirds of the 60 House seats switching from Democrat to Republican in this election were in the congressional districts with the most rural voters.
Before the election almost half (61) of the 125 most rural districts were held by Democrats. By the end of the day Tuesday, the number of rural Democrats had been cut to just 22. Just 18 percent of the most rural House districts are now represented by Democrats
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