Did Your NYC Neighborhood Go Clinton or Trump in the 2016 Presidential Elections?


DNAinfo has published an interactive map (fun or not fun, you decide) about neighborhoods, based on election district data from the 2016 Election. Citywide, 18.4% of New York City voted for Donald Trump, the lowest at 9.56% in the Bronx and 9.87% in Manhattan. The highest was on Staten Island with a whopping 56.86%, followed by Queens at 21.99% and then Brooklyn at 17.8%.

nyc-2016-election-donald-trump-hillary-clinton-by-neighborhood-voting-results-staten-islandRed Staten Island

Scrolling down by neighborhood, some of the lowest neighborhoods for Donald Trump (highest votes for Hillary Clinton) included Rugby-Remsen Village in Brooklyn (1.98%). Stuyvesant Heights in Bed-Stuy (1.9%), East New York (2.03%), Clinton Hill (2.15%), Brownsville (2.16%), Prospect Heights (2.16%), Central Harlem-North Polo Grounds (2.24%), and East Flatbush-Farragut Hill (2.33%).

nyc-2016-election-donald-trump-hillary-clinton-by-neighborhood-voting-results-manhattanBlue Manhattan

nyc-2016-election-donald-trump-hillary-clinton-by-neighborhood-voting-results-queens-brooklynSouth Brooklyn goes red and dense pockets of Queens

nyc-2016-election-donald-trump-hillary-clinton-by-neighborhood-voting-results-bronxThe Bronx goes mostly blue

See the interactive map on DNAinfo. You can also see the results of the down-ballot races here.

Next, see 12 anti-Trump works of street art that went up before the election.

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