Hitler could have offered more things to people in the rural ares than he did city areas. Plus, the cities may have already seen a hint in the way he would become something of a dictator
Answered Mon 11th February, 2013 @ 18:37 by Maisie
This was more of a tactic Hitler used to get into power.. The Nazis were more focussed on local rural areas where they could win over their votes by offering to fix their issues if they came into the power.
Note: Hitler needed national issue that all German citizens wanted help with, during the 1920s however until the great depression, there was no national issue and so the Nazis could only help people on a local scale. - This is why he gained more votes from rural areas than from the cities.
Answered Mon 11th February, 2013 @ 19:40 by Nikorasu Edited by Nikorasu on Mon 11th February, 2013 @ 19:41