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Alberta, Alberta, Canada   68.27% (269)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada   46.95% (185)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   42.39% (167)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada   39.34% (155)
British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada   30.71% (121)
Copenhagen, KAvn*, Denmark   30.71% (121)
Romney, Texas, United States   25.63% (101)
Quebec, Quebec, Canada   25.38% (100)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada   23.35% (92)
Pembina, Alberta, Canada   23.10% (91)
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia   22.08% (87)
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States   18.53% (73)
Corcoran Gallery Of Art, District Of Columbia, United States   18.27% (72)
Belridge, Washington, United States   18.27% (72)
Baku, Baki*, Azerbaijan   18.27% (72)
London, London, City Of, United Kingdom   18.02% (71)
Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan   14.47% (57)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada   11.17% (44)
Taylor, British Columbia, Canada   9.39% (37)
Shanghai, Shanghai, China   8.63% (34)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia   7.61% (30)
Seng, Bayern, Germany   7.11% (28)
Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom   7.11% (28)
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan   6.85% (27)
Victoria, Seychelles (General), Seychelles   6.60% (26)
Suisse, Lorraine, France   6.09% (24)
Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan, Canada   6.09% (24)
Corp, RhAlpes, France   6.09% (24)
Brent, United Kingdom (General), United Kingdom   6.09% (24)
Dax, Aquitaine, France   6.09% (24)
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