I assume that you mean more "liberal" and less "conservative, correct? I think the answer is relative. The US is very "left" on all its coastlines, and it is very "right" in the inland states. That means that population-wise, we are pretty divided. Canada is very "left" in the big cities and on the western coast, but it is "right" in the middle sections. There are many theories on why and how this happens in North America: some people feel that the oceans attract more liberal people. Some people feel that big cities are attracting the left. That means that smaller cities and agricultural areas are more "right." I don't know... but I do tend to agree.