NEW YORK CITY — Not all New Yorkers wants to advertise their political allegiances with signs and bumper stickers — but that doesn't mean you can't find out who your neighbors will likely be voting for three weeks from now.
A new interactive map and graph, posted Tuesday by the apartment listings site Renthop, shows the exact number of donors supporting all four candidates for president in New York City zip codes.
Renthop's data comes from the Federal Election Commission's most recent disclosure report, dated Sept. 21. Combing through a total of 5.3 million donations made since the start of the election cycle, a Renthop data scientist determined there were approximately 1.2 million unique donors between all the candidates. (This number does not necessarily include New Yorkers who made donations smaller than $200 and aren't obligated to provide information such as their zip codes to the FEC.)
Unlike the analysis of donations to presidential candidates Renthop published in March, this most recent study ignored the size of donors' contributions in favor of their head-counts.
Use Renthop's interactive to search for the number of donors per candidate in your specific zip code or borough. Story continues below.
It should be no surprise in liberal New York City city that Hillary Clinton had the greatest number of donors (27,226) — a number amounting to roughly 89 percent of all active donors across the five boroughs.
The former New York senator and secretary of state is especially popular in Manhattan, where 94.2 percent of donors have contributed to her campaign. But Clinton has claimed the total share of donors in zip codes scattered throughout the city, including 11422 (Rosedale in Queens) and 10452 (Highbridge in The Bronx).
Meanwhile, Republican nominee Donald Trump has drummed up financial support from 3,258 New Yorkers, or about 11 percent of active donors in the Big Apple.
His donors are mostly concentrated in Staten Island, where voters have long skewed conservative and some are determined to declare their pro-Trump stance. The real estate mogul has 534 donors in the borough, compared to Clinton's 319.
Bastions of Trump donors also exist in Breezy Point and Howard Beach in Queens and Dyker Heights in Brooklyn. (The latter had shown significant support for Clinton's competitor in the primary, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.)
Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Jill Stein of the Green Party can claim 81 and 69 donors throughout New York City, respectively.
In zip codes where donors are more evenly split between Clinton and Trump, Renthop data indicates that some began seeing a significant upswing in Trump donors in July, more than a month after Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich dropped out of the race.
Others crossed party lines after Sanders seceded to Clinton. For example, in Sheepshead Bay — where the senator had 44 donors as of August — Trump now has 38 donors to Clinton's 30. The circumstances are similar in Maspeth, Jamaica, and Floral Park, Queens.