First of all, there are many factors that determine crime rates and political preferences may be only one of them. Economic status, education level, social structure, regional differences and other socioeconomic factors are also important factors affecting crime rates.

However, recent studies and analyses show that political preferences do not have a direct impact on crime rates. Rather, crime rates seem to be related to specific socioeconomic conditions, social dynamics and regional factors.

For example, crime rates in urban centers are generally higher than in rural areas, and there are many reasons for this, but it is usually not related to political preferences. Lack of economic opportunity, poverty, social unrest and other factors can increase crime rates.

Therefore, instead of attributing crime rates to specific political groups or supporters, we need to understand the complex and multifaceted nature of crime and find more comprehensive and effective solutions to combat crime. These can include steps such as increasing economic opportunities, expanding education and employment opportunities, ensuring social justice and police reforms.

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In conclusion, crime rates are a complex issue that cannot be directly linked to political preferences and it is important to avoid generalizations. More in-depth analysis and comprehensive solutions can be more effective in combating crime and improve the overall well-being of society.