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Old Posted Jan 8, 2017, 10:27 PM
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I want to say Chicago, but honestly it's probably really close. All 3 are on the more liberal spectrum of things.

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Originally Posted by Crawford View Post
Where are these alleged Hasidic voting blocks in Chicago? I don't think there's even a majority Jewish neighborhood in Chicago these days. West Rogers Park comes the closest but certainly isn't mostly Hasidic.

There are barely any substantial Hasidic populations anywhere on the planet outside of Israel and a few pockets in the NYC metro. Even in NYC they really only have a notable impact in Brooklyn.
Montreal is the only other city I can think of in North America like this. Maybe Philly?
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