Which state is more conservative
I would think Wyoming, but I am not positive.
Oklahoma. Wyoming has one reliably blue county. OK has none.
That awkward moment when Wyoming doesn't have a single voter
Wyoming. It's all small town conservative.
Both of them are extremely conservative. Oklahoma hasn't had a red county in years and Teton County, Wyoming is the only blue county in the Equality State. However, Wyoming is definitely more conservative. Just take a look at the victory margins that conservative candidates get there. Trump won Wyoming by an overwhelming 46-point margin (68% to 22%). By contrast, Trump won the Sooner State by a huge, but still slightly smaller, 36-point margin (65% to 29%). As you can see, Oklahoma and Wyoming are two of the reddest states in the nation, but Wyoming takes the cake.
Correction: Oklahoma hasn't had a blue county in years.
I wouldn't use voting percentages for trump as a measure of how conservative a state is.
That's just one measure. I was using it as an example.
Oklahoma and Wyoming have not gone blue since 1964, very very conservative states
Absolutely true. They are both among the reddest in the nation.