(AP) - Here are the five strongest U.S. theater markets in terms of ticket sales for "2016: Obama's America," based on box office data from Rentrak, a media measurement and research company. The film's distributor plans to expand the film from 1,091 theaters to nearly 1,800 theaters this weekend. Ohio and Colorado are key presidential battlegrounds:
1. Lima, Ohio
2. San Angelo, Texas
3. Tyler-Longview, Texas
4. Harrisonburg, Va.-W.V.
5. Grand Junction-Montrose, Colo.
Here are the five weakest markets:
1. Monterey-Salinas, Calif.
2. Buffalo, N.Y.-Penn.
3. Laredo, Texas
4. San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, Calif.
5. Anchorage, Alaska
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