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Malapportionment of state legislatures before the mid-1960s gave urban and surburban voters much less representation than they deserved. This paper documents that suburban and urban voters had markedly different policy preferences, party identifications, and partisan voting behavior than rural areas, which were overrepresented. However, the patterns are not uniform. In the Northeast and North Central, the suburban and urban under represented areas were much more Democratic than rural areas. Indoi:10.2307/4150629 fatcat:ilqjd3ohqzdq7ggq3qn3w6z3xe