Don't tell Utah's Democrats! The Beehive State, while solidly Republican, is only the eighth "most Republican" state in the nation.
The Hill looked at voting trends for all 50 states and threw in a little bit of history to come up with their rankings.
Alabama is the most Republican, followed by Alaska, Idaho, Kansas, Mississippi, Nebraska and Oklahoma. Utah comes in at #8 followed by Wyoming and South Carolina.
On the other end of the political spectrum, Washington is the "most Democratic," followed by Minnesota, Oregon, California, Rhode Island, New York, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan and Wisconsin.
The geography is no surprise. The country is split between red states in the West and South — with Idaho and Kansas on the red side with Alabama — and blue states on the coasts and in the Midwest. Minnesota and Oregon join Washington at the blue end of the spectrum.