Donald J. Trump is not popular in this prospering county north of Columbus. The Republican nominee’s dystopian language does not resonate here. Signs that read “Now Hiring” outnumber “Trump” campaign placards.
But many residents of this reliably Republican county, which last voted for a Democratic president in 1916, simply cannot imagine voting for Mr. Trump’s Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton. And that goes a long way toward explaining why she has struggled to separate herself from Mr. Trump in this bellwether state.
Bordering Franklin County to the north,
Delaware County is in the Columbus metro area
% of population 25 and older with bachelor's degree:
- 53.8% - Delaware County
- 27.2% - Ohio
- 30.9% - U.S.