My point being that I drove all up and down the seacoast region during the primary doing research, and was stunned at how many Seabrook folks had signs for Paul. There were a few of the others, but by and large, Ron Paul had the most. In fact, Seabrook was the only town I saw like that out here by the ocean. The fact that Ron Paul did a little better here than in other towns (beating Giuliani with 11% of the vote), also supports this. The townsmembers also voted better on the warrant articles than people do elsewhere (13 of 28 spending measures shot down), and that the worst statists garner few votes here. Moreover, talking with the people out here reinforces the proliberty attitude of the people. Even the out of staters tend to come from relatively proliberty North Shore and Florida, rather than Mass, New Jersey, and New York.