The article says Noblesville has the 10th highest number of Trumps in the U.S.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the audience during a campaign event at Trask Coliseum on Aug. 9, 2016, in Wilmington, N.C. This was Trump's first visit to Southeastern North Carolina since he entered the presidential race. (Photo by Sara D. Davis/Getty Images)
Indiana proved to be the tipping point for Republican Donald Trump's campaign – so it's appropriate enough that it nearly leads the nation in the number of residents named "Trump."
According to Vox.com, 384 people in the Hoosier state have the Trump surname – topped only by Pennsylvania.
In Noblesville alone, there are 26 Trumps.
Good Morning Indiana Anchor Beth Vaughn dug more into the Trump name in Indiana. Watch her report in the video player above.
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