As election officials continue to tally ballots cast in the 2020 election, they've noticed an unusual trend...
People who live in counties with the worst COVID-19 outbreaks tended to vote for President Donald Trump, while areas with lower virus numbers voted for Joe Biden.
According to the Associated Press, an analysis of 376 counties with the highest number of new COVID cases shows that 93 percent of them supported Trump, .
Most of the counties analyzed were in Montana, North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Wisconsin.
The results show that 36 percent of Trump voters say COVID-19 is either "completely" or "mostly" under control, while 47 percent say it's "somewhat" under control.
In contrast, the results show that 82 percent of Biden voters say the virus is "not at all" under control.