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POLL: Largest Wargaming Hub in the U.S. (Round 1)


277 votes were cast by total voters.


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DJCoaltrain writes:

In the 2000 I would have said greater Seattle. Now there is only one store in Kirkland across the lake, and one in Tacoma. Everything else has disappeared. Now, I haven't a clue.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Austin, Texas
11
4%
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Baltimore/Washington D.C. metroplex
37
13%
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Boston, Massachusetts
8
3%
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Chicagoland area
31
11%
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Dallas, Texas
5
2%
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Fox Cities, Wisconsin
1
0%
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Houston, Texas
2
1%
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Jackson, Mississippi
4
1%
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Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
11
4%
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Lancaster, Pennsylvania
31
11%
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Los Angeles, California
9
3%
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Miami, Florida
0
0%
 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
8
3%
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New York City
12
4%
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Norfolk, Virginia
12
4%
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Orange County, California
4
1%
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
10
4%
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Phoenix, Arizona
1
0%
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San Antonio, Texas
3
1%
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San Diego, California
6
2%
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San Jose, California
3
1%
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Seattle, Washington
12
4%
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Visalia, California
2
1%
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other (explain)
9
3%
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none of these/no opinion
32
12%
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I don't live in the USA
13
5%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Personal logo Flashman14 Supporting Member of TMP writes:

If there's a single metropolitan area that could be described as the heart of American wargaming, what city would that be? Most game shops, most clubs, most historical wargaming activity.

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this pre-poll discussion.