Map: Where Allegheny County voters went for Trump

City voters came out for Clinton, while many suburban voters cast ballots for the president-elect.

Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a campaign stop at Ambridge Area High School.

Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a campaign stop at Ambridge Area High School.

Jasmine Goldband / THE INCLINE
Sarah Anne Hughes

Pennsylvania (and the country) went to Donald Trump on Election Day, but Allegheny County was for Hillary Clinton.

More than 56 percent of voters in the county voted for the Democrat, according to unofficial results. Voters in Pittsburgh stayed blue, as the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette pointed out, but Trump supporters came out in force in areas outside of the city.

The below map, created by the Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center, shows in red where a majority of voters cast ballots for Trump in Allegheny County.

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