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10 states that said 'no' to American cars

We've all heard the slogan "Buy American," but loyalty to American cars and trucks can vary widely from state to state. The auto pricing website TrueCar.com recently looked at new-car sales data to rank the states, as well as the District of Columbia, that posted the lowest percentage of American-brand car purchases in 2012. Here are those states.

Florida

Percentage of American-brand car purchases: 29.8

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