Marco Rubio is getting more money in campaign contributions from SoHo residents than Bernie Sanders is — and two West Village residents donated nearly $400 to Donald Trump's campaign, according to a new interactive by data-based apartment hunting firm Renthop.
Renthop used information from the Feb. 20 Federal Election Commission disclosure report to determine how much money was going to each presidential campaign, and from how many donors, in every New York City zip code.
(Only zip codes with at least 25 donors were included, so that no neighborhood was represented by just a few voters.)
Residents in the zip code that spans part of Chelsea, the Meatpacking District and part of the West Village — 10010 — gave the most money to Hillary Clinton of all New York City neighborhoods. More than 70 percent of the neighborhood's donors aligning themselves with the former Secretary of State, the third highest percentage of any New York City neighborhood.
But those same residents are responsible for the third largest amount of money to Bernie Sanders — $60,267 — of all New York City neighborhoods.
Of all the New York City neighborhoods donating to Bernie Sanders, Greenwich Village gave the fifth largest sum of money — $50,461, though that was less than 10 percent of the 10014 zip code's contributions to presidential campaigns.
But as Renthop's data scientist noted, the Federal Election Commission does not require people donating less than $200 to provide information, including their zip code, so Sanders' donor data is likely underrepresented, given that his campaign has been funded largely through small donations.
This may explain why, according to Renthop's data, Marco Rubio raked in more cash from the TriBeCa and SoHo residents in zip code 10013 than Sanders did.
Rubio pulled in more than $39,000 from 19 donors, while Sanders pulled in a little more than $30,000 — but from 53 donors, comprising more than 13 percent of the area's 390 individual donors.
Renthop's pie chart breaking down the information for each zip code can be viewed by donor count or by sum of money, illustrating the difference in the two candidates' popularity.
Rubio was the most popular Republican candidate across the Village and SoHo, pulling in $73,364 from 39 donors in zip codes 10012, 10013 and 10014.
The only Trump supporters in the area reside in the West Village: two individuals in 10014 donated a total of $368.88 to the Republican frontrunner.
Check out Renthop's map below for more information on these and other zip codes, and read DNAinfo New York's citywide story for charts showing each candidate's top five neighborhoods.