Ok so I was watching a map about the Chilean elections in Santiago and its results. I immediately realized that communes with similar results were all together. I know it's because richer communes tend to give their vote to the right-wing and poorer communes to the left-wing, but if you see the map it's still surprising..
So, I wanted to know if that happens in other countries. I know in the USA the South is more republican and the East/West coasts are more towards the democrats. In Brazil, the South is also more rightist and the poor North more leftist. Argentina has a rightist capital, but the rest of the country is rather leftist.
So, does this happen in your country? or it isn't so divided in that way?
Here the map of Santiago (Elections of 1989, Right: Hernan Büchi -Pinochet's candidate- + Francisco Errázuriz, Left: Patricio Aylwin).