I am 99% sure Americans quite often flap the /d/ sound which comes right after /r/ in the phrases "Where did", "Where do", "Where don't" and "Where does" (I am talking about the initial /d/'s), and I always flap the /d/ in those phrases; but now I somehow couldn't be completely sure that Americans do that. Do Americans do that?
I know that when "did" follows a vowel, the first /d/ can be pronounced as a flap sound. For example in "Who did you go with". But it is wrong to flap it if you say "Yes, I did" since "did" is stressed there. So, I am asking if I can flap the first /d/ of "did" when I say "Where did" as well. Also I am asking about the other phrases I gave which start with "Where".
"Where did she go?"
I would always flap the first /d/ of "did" in this sentence.
"Where does she go?"
I also would always flap the /d/ in this sentence.
One more example:
"Where do you live?"
I would always flap the /d/ here as well.
And the final example:
"Where don't you want to go?"
I would flap it here too.