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Fundraising by Zip Code - Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

Originally posted on February 18, 2020 11:45 am
Updated on February 24, 2020 10:10 am

After the Iowa Caucuses, the biggest question now seems to be “Mayor Pete or Bernie”. Of course, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Amy Klobuchar, and former Vice President Joe Biden still have skin in the game, and Donald Trump, after being acquitted by the Senate, also seems to have a good shot of winning again. As voters trying hard to make up their minds before the election, we at RentHop thought it’s time to look again at the number of unique donors each candidate attracted. This time around, we looked at 20 U.S. cities and each candidate’s fundraising effort by zip code. Below are our key findings:
 

  • Among the 20 cities in our study, Trump leads in 10 cities, including Jacksonville, Billings, Houston, Las Vegas/North Las Vegas, and Phoenix.
  • Meanwhile, voters in Los Angeles, Denver, and New York are really feeling the bern. Mr. Sanders also leads Chicago, San Jose, Detroit, and Seattle.
  • Mayor Pete leads the unique donor count in Indianapolis. He is also D.C.‘s favorite, with over 2,000 unique donors.
  • While Buttigieg takes the lead in Chicago in terms of the total number of unique donors, Sanders leads in 30 zip codes, 16 more than Buttigieg.
  • Senator Klobuchar secured her home base in Minneapolis with just over 1,200 unique donors attracted as of Q4 2019.
  • Sanders enjoys strong support in some of the most populous U.S. cities, including New York City, where he’s attracted 6,971 unique donors, Los Angeles with 5,165 unique donors, and Chicago, where 1,917 donors have shown support via donations.
  • While Biden falls behind in many cities in terms of individual donations, he currently ranks second in Miami, with a total of 604 unique donors as of Q4 2019, around 250 fewer than Trump.

Click on images to learn more about our findings in each city.

The background colors indicate which party wins the majority within each city. Blue means that the Democratic Party has attracted over 55% of the unique donors, red means that the Republican Party has attracted over 55% of the unique donors, and purple means that none of the parties has reached 55%.


Billings, MT


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Billings and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors supporting Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

It is clear from the interactive graph above the map that President Donald Trump is the candidate which had the most unique donors at the end of the fourth quarter. In December, Trump had a total of 142 unique donors, while runner-up, Joe Biden had a total of 91. Coming third was Bernie Sanders with a total of 35 unique donors.

Looking at the map, the colors vary. The city of Billings only has four zip codes, so it was easy to analyze the numbers from Q4. In terms of which party held the majority of donor share (55% +), the Democratic party secured two zip codes, the Republican party one zip code, while one zip code went unclaimed by majority. President Trump secured all four zip codes in terms of unique donor count and amount raised.

 


Charlotte, NC


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Charlotte and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors supporting Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

For the Charlotte interactive map listed above we see that the colors displayed are vastly blue. However, when we look at the corresponding interactive line graph above the map, we see that President Donald Trump has a significant lead when we look at the numbers for unique donors in December for Charlotte. For the city of Charlotte overall, Donald Trump gained 721 unique donors in December. That is 428 more unique donors compared to the runner-up, Bernie Sanders, who clocked in 293 unique donors in December. Behind Sanders, we have Joe Biden with a total of 200 unique donors in Charlotte for the fourth quarter. So when we look at the number of unique donors overall, Donald Trump is clearly in the lead. But how does the different zip codes stand, politically?

Diving deeper into Charlotte’s zip codes we see that only 3 zip codes are held by the Republican party where the Republican party held 55% + of the share of unique donors for the fourth quarter. For comparison, the Democratic party secured 23 zip codes. 5 zip codes were “neutral”, meaning neither party held 55% + of the share. Taking a closer look at which Presidential candidate made the leaderboard in terms of the most unique donors and amount raised in most zip codes, the winner was President Donald Trump. Trump managed to secure 18 zip codes in terms of most unique donors and 15 zip codes for the highest amount raised. But which zip code donated the most? Let’s break that down as well.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most donations for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 28277: Trump received 83 unique donors (179 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($29,696.38)
  • Zip code 28173: Trump received 69 unique donors (113 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($38,875.36)
  • Zip code 28226: Trump received 56 unique donors (165 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($35,598)
  • Zip code 28078: Trump received 50 unique donors (106 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($32,325.24)
  • Zip code 28211: Trump received 46 unique donors (124 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($45,395)
  • Zip code 28210: Trump received 41 unique donors (111 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($26,716)
  • Zip code 28205: Sanders received 40 unique donors (118 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Sanders ($11,571.77)
  • Zip code 28270: Trump received 38 unique donors (87 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($16,143.73)
  • Zip code 28269: Trump received 29 unique donors (72 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($11,875.44)
  • Zip code 28207: Biden received 28 unique donors (89 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($67,781)

 


Chicago, IL


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Chicago and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

Looking at the interactive map it looks like the map is covered mostly in blue. We also see from the corresponding interactive graph above the map that the three Presidential candidates in the lead are from the Democratic party, however not much is separating the top two. At the top, we have Peter Buttigieg, with a total of 1,967 unique donors at the end of the fourth quarter. Right behind we have Bernie Sanders, with a total of 1,917 unique donors. There was only 50 unique donors separating first and second place. Elizabeth Warren ended up with a total of 1,171 unique donors while Trump secured only 672 unique donors in Chicago.

If we look closer at who secured the total amount of zip codes in terms of Presidential candidates and political party, we see that Bernie Sanders secured the most zip codes in terms of unique donors (30 zip codes). Buttigieg came in second with 14 zip codes. When we look at which candidate raised the most money in zip codes we see the findings flip with Buttigieg raising the most in 22 zip codes and Sanders coming in second with 15 zip codes. For which political party had the majority of shares, the Democratic party ended up holding 55% + of the share in 54 zip codes.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 60614: Buttigieg received 225 unique donors (675 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($265,507.58)
  • Zip code 60657: Buttigieg received 223 unique donors (589 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($232,306.71)
  • Zip code 60647: Sanders received 204 unique donors (455 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Sanders ($65,793.17)
  • Zip code 60611: Buttigieg received 168 unique donors (611 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($248,298.36)
  • Zip code 60640: Buttigieg received 154 unique donors (442 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($101,713.32)
  • Zip code 60613: Buttigieg received 134 unique donors (390 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($89,944.25)
  • Zip code 60618: Sanders received 131 unique donors (369 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($70,009.03)
  • Zip code 60610: Buttigieg received 126 unique donors (383 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($144,083.39)
  • Zip code 60622: Sanders received 104 unique donors (288 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($49,874.65)
  • Zip code 60625: Sanders received 88 unique donors (258 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($29,712.27)

 


Dallas, TX


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Dallas and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

As stated above, the map shows where each zip code stands politically and what we see when we look at the map is a spread out political stand for Dallas, when looking at just the colors. Taking a deeper look at Dallas, and how each candidate stand, we see that President Donald Trump is a clear front-runner, with a total of 2,392 unique donors in December. There is a big gap between the front-runner, Donald Trump, and the runner-up, Bernie Sanders. To be specific, 1,740 unique donors separate the two candidates as Bernie Sanders only had 652 unique donors in Dallas in December. Buttigieg ended up in third, with a total of 515 unique donors in Dallas for the fourth quarter.

Overall, Trump secured the most zip codes in terms of the total number of unique donors and amount raised. For unique donors, Trump took the win in 69 zip codes. For the amount raised, Trump took the lead in 68 zip codes. It’s important to note that the colors approach the data from a different angle. We can also note that in terms of zip codes held by a party, the Democratic party held 55 + of the share in 50 zip codes while the Republican party only held the majority share in 19 zip codes. There were 18 zip codes where neither party holds the majority of unique donors share.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 75093: Trump received 142 unique donors (253 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($109,782.51)
  • Zip code 75225: Trump received 128 unique donors (255 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($184,134.8)
  • Zip code 75205: Trump received 96 unique donors (253 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($199,300.56)
  • Zip code 75230: Trump received 92 unique donors (245 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($80,256.02)
  • Zip code 75248: Trump received 78 unique donors (174 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($46,804.6)
  • Zip code 75219: Trump received 73 unique donors (283 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($81,293.46)
  • Zip code 75229: Trump received 56 unique donors (203 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($44,639)
  • Zip code 75214: Trump received 54 unique donors (247 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($40,198.76)
  • Zip code 75206: Trump received 39 unique donors (203 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($51,012.2)
  • Zip code 75209: Trump received 37 unique donors (168 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($62,274.28)

 


Denver, CO


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Denver and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

It appears the donor share % is mostly Democratic in Denver, and the race for donations appears to be between Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and President Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders received a total of 1,116 unique donors in Denver for the fourth quarter. Trump was a bit behind, with a total of 865. Coming in third is Elizabeth Warren, with a total of 552 unique donors in Denver. Now let’s break down the zip code leaders.

As we mentioned in the paragraph above, it does appear that the donor share % is mostly Democratic in Denver. In fact, the Democratic party held 55% + of the share of unique donors in 46 zip codes while the Republican party only had the majority in 3 zip codes. For the Presidential candidate that secured the most zip codes in terms of unique donors that honor went to Bernie Sanders, who took the lead in 23 zip codes. For amount raised, Donald Trump took the lead in total 18 zip codes in Denver.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 80203: Sanders received 84 unique donors (177 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Sanders ($27,559.51)
  • Zip code 80206: Bennet received 69 unique donors (440 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Bennet ($68,423)
  • Zip code 80220: Bennet received 61 unique donors (332 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Bennet ($46,754.75)
  • Zip code 80211: Sanders received 57 unique donors (186 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Sanders ($23,607.25)
  • Zip code 80210: Sanders received 49 unique donors (327 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Bennet ($37,324.12)
  • Zip code 80218: Sanders received 49 unique donors (229 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Bennet ($36,265)
  • Zip code 80209: Bennet received 46 unique donors (355 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($52,042)
  • Zip code 80113: Trump received 43 unique donors (223 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($43,750)
  • Zip code 80202: Sanders received 42 unique donors (303 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($48,019.22)
  • Zip code 80111: Trump received 38 unique donors (192 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($28,000.26)

 


Detroit, MI


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Detroit and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

We see from the interactive map above that the majority donor share % goes to the Democratic party. To be specific, the Democratic party in Detroit held 55% + of the donor share in 37 zip codes while the Republican party only secured 4 zip codes (5 zip codes were “neutral”). Remember, that only means the aggregated number of unique donors of all the Democratic candidates is higher than the number of unique donors received by Donald Trump in those zip codes. When we break it down by the total number of unique donors, we still see a Democratic candidate in the lead, Bernie Sanders. By the end of the quarter, Sanders received a total of 337 unique donors while Donald Trump received 258.

If we break it down even further, we can see which Presidential candidate took the lead in the most unique donors and amount raised by total zip codes. Sanders was able to secure 25 zip codes in terms of having the most unique donors while President Trump only secured 13. However, for the amount raised Trump secured 13 zip codes in total while Sanders secured 10. Biden followed Sanders with 10 total zip codes for the amount raised.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 48236: Trump received 63 unique donors (139 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($45,264.47)
  • Zip code 48220: Sanders received 36 unique donors (81 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Sanders ($17,294.68)
  • Zip code 48230: Trump received 32 unique donors (96 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($22,351)
  • Zip code 48239: Trump received 21 unique donors (47 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($6,630.04)
  • Zip code 48226: Sanders received 18 unique donors (37 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($12,400)
  • Zip code 48202: Sanders received 16 unique donors (45 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($10,000)
  • Zip code 48207: Sanders received 16 unique donors (42 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($4,060)
  • Zip code 48221: Sanders received 13 unique donors (43 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($8,700)
  • Zip code 48146: Trump received 13 unique donors (33 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($5,389.27)
  • Zip code 48214: Sanders & Warren received 8 unique donors each (32 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Warren ($7,110.46)

 


Houston, TX


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Houston and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

At first glance, without diving deep into the Houston zip codes, we see a colorful interactive map above. As we dig deeper into the zip codes, we’ll most likely see different front runners in different zip codes. However, looking just at Houston as a city we can clearly see that President Donald Trump is the front-runner in terms of unique donors since December. President Trump ended up with a total of 4,274 unique donors in Houston in December. runner-up was Biden, but the number of unique donors is significantly lower, and by lower Biden received 3,285 less unique donors than Trump in Houston for the fourth quarter. Coming in third on the list was Presidential candidate Buttigieg, with a total of 660 unique donors. So what does it look like when we dive deeper into the zip codes instead of looking at the overall city picture?

Looking at the zip code leaderboard for unique donors and for the amount raised, the overall political stand doesn’t change much in Houston. President Trump still remains on top, as he took the lead in terms of unique donors in 112 zip codes in Houston. He also took the lead in 109 Houston zip codes in terms of amount raised from donations. Considering the runners up have significantly lower numbers in terms of securing zip codes in terms of unique donors and amount raised, it’s safe to say Trump has secured Houston when looking at the findings for Q4. In terms of which party held the majority share for the number of unique donors, the Republican party held 55% + of the share in 60 zip codes while the Democratic party only held the majority in 50 zip codes. Now let’s take a closer look at which zip codes had the most unique donors.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 77024: Trump received 167 unique donors (359 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($115,120.7).
  • Zip code 77379: Trump received 148 unique donors (216 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($75,996.44).
  • Zip code 77494: Trump received 138 unique donors (241 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($63,898.17).
  • Zip code 77056: Trump received 90 unique donors (207 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($95,817.5).
  • Zip code 77019: Trump received 75 unique donors (319 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden($46,804.6).
  • Zip code 77005: Trump received 69 unique donors (324 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($66,902.68).
  • Zip code 77027: Trump received 56 unique donors (193 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($46,871.81).
  • Zip code 77007: Buttigieg received 50 unique donors (279 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($29,950.97).
  • Zip code 77006: Warren received 49 unique donors (289 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($47,950.64).
  • Zip code 77008: Trump received 46 unique donors (274 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($26,400.59).

 


Indianapolis, IN


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Indianapolis and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

For the city of Indianapolis, we see that the total number of unique donors by Presidential candidate goes to Peter Buttigieg. In December, Buttigieg had received a total of 982 unique donors. That is only 119 unique donors more than the runner-up, President Donald Trump, but still enough to secure the lead in Indianapolis for the fourth quarter. President Donald Trump had a total of 863 unique donors and there was a bigger gap between Trump and Bernie Sanders, who came in third in total unique donors, with a total of 390 unique donors.

Looking at the interactive map for the city of Indianapolis, we see that color-wise the percentage of donor share is rather spread out throughout the various zip codes. Taking a deeper look at the percentages, we see that the Democratic party held a 55% + donor share in 31 zip codes throughout Indianapolis while the Republican party only secured 10 zip codes in terms of percentage donor share. There were 9 zip codes were neither party held the majority percentage donor share.

The Presidential candidate that secured the most zip codes in terms of unique donors was President Donald Trump with a total of 25 zip codes. Coming in second was Peter Buttigieg with 20 zip codes, 5 zip codes behind Trump. However, in terms of amount raised we see that Buttigieg takes the lead from Trump, securing the win in 25 zip codes while Trump only secured a total of 21 zip codes throughout Indianapolis.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 46220: Buttigieg received 113 unique donors (235 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($78,538.89).
  • Zip code 46202: Buttigieg received 71 unique donors (122 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($65,036.7).
  • Zip code 46032: Buttigieg received 67 unique donors (201 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($53,650.67).
  • Zip code 46205: Buttigieg received 60 unique donors (117 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($49,625.62).
  • Zip code 46077: Buttigieg received 54 unique donors (138 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($45,957).
  • Zip code 46143: Trump received 52 unique donors (92 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($20,178.93).
  • Zip code 46240: Buttigieg received 51 unique donors (115 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($39,679.02).
  • Zip code 46260: Buttigieg received 49 unique donors (118 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($29,782.33).
  • Zip code 46037: Trump received 43 unique donors (95 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($16,286.33).
  • Zip code 46256: Buttigieg received 38 unique donors (95 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($28,078.26).

 


Jacksonville, FL


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Jacksonville and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

Above we see the interactive map of Jacksonville that shows where each zip code stand, politically. By giving the map a brief overlook, it does appear that most Jacksonville zip codes are politically standing with President Trump, based off of the donations numbers alone. We see that Trump received a total of 1,261 unique donors at the end of December. That is a significantly higher number than the runner-up Bernie Sanders, who clocked 215 unique donors in the same time period. That is a difference of 1,046 unique donors. Let’s dive into a deeper analysis of the Jacksonville zip codes and not just Jacksonville overall to see if anything changes.

Our findings remain the same when looking at the individual zip codes compared to Jacksonville as a whole, and that is that President Donald Trump is a clear front-runner. Out of the 41 zip codes in Jacksonville, President Trump secured 37 zip codes in terms of unique donors and 33 zip codes in terms of amount raised. The other candidates on the leaderboard were Sanders, Biden, Yang, and Buttigieg. For the party share, the Republican party secured the majority share in 27 zip codes, while the Democratic party only secured 10 zip codes. There were 5 zip codes where neither party held 55% + of the share.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 32034: Trump received 135 unique donors (188 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($58,422.75).
  • Zip code 32259: Trump received 70 unique donors (127 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($31,688.51).
  • Zip code 32256: Trump received 69 unique donors (123 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($24,117.33).
  • Zip code 32250: Trump received 67 unique donors (102 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($31,387.08).
  • Zip code 32224: Trump received 65 unique donors (108 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden($25,224.6).
  • Zip code 32003: Trump received 61 unique donors (92 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($49,617.75).
  • Zip code 32225: Trump received 60 unique donors (95 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($36,539.3).
  • Zip code 32210: Trump received 56 unique donors (90 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($24,044.83).
  • Zip code 32207: Trump received 53 unique donors (94 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($26,912.31).
  • Zip code 32233: Trump received 45 unique donors (89 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($19,443.48).

 


Kansas City, MO


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Kansas City and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

In terms of where the zip codes stood politically in Kansas City, we see that 33 of the zip codes in Kansas City were zip codes where the Democratic party held 55% + of the donor share for the fourth quarter. The Republican party had 55% + donor share in 11 zip codes. There were 12 zip codes in Kansas City where neither party had the majority of the donor share.

In terms of which Presidential candidate took the lead in total unique donors, we see from the corresponding graph above the interactive map that President Donald Trump is clearly in the lead. Trump received a total of 503 unique donors by the end of Q4 while the runner-up Bernie Sanders received 344 unique donors. Coming in third is Peter Buttigieg with a total of 243 unique donors. For the Presidential candidate scoring the most zip codes in terms of unique donors and amount raised, President Donald Trump took an overwhelming lead securing 34 zip codes for unique donors and 38 zip codes for the amount raised.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 64152: Trump received 45 unique donors (90 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($26,399.76).
  • Zip code 64111: Sanders received 36 unique donors (87 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Sanders ($12,930.39).
  • Zip code 64055: Trump received 30 unique donors (56 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($10,179.2).
  • Zip code 64112: Buttigieg received 28 unique donors (67 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($53,746.42).
  • Zip code 64113: Buttigieg received 26 unique donors (79 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($51,196.89).
  • Zip code 64114: Sanders received 24 unique donors (90 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($8,614.54).
  • Zip code 64068: Trump received 22 unique donors (54 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($10,681.74).
  • Zip code 64151: Trump received 21 unique donors (47 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($6,552.69).
  • Zip code 64108: Buttigieg received 19 unique donors (48 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($38,111.44).
  • Zip code 64081: Trump received 18 unique donors (49 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Sanders ($4,480.13).

 


Las Vegas/North Las Vegas, NV


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Las Vegas and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

While the percentage of donor share by zip code is mostly by the Democratic party, 20 zip codes to be exact, we see that President Donald Trump is the Presidential candidate with the most unique donors for the city of Las Vegas. Specifically, Trump leads the race in Las Vegas with a total of 1,192 unique donors. That is 731 more unique donors that Bernie Sanders was able to collect at the end of Q4. His total ended up being 461 unique donors. Joe Biden is right behind Sanders with a total of 367 unique donors in Las Vegas in December.

It might therefore not be surprising when we say that President Donald Trump was the candidate that secured the most zip codes in terms of unique donors, with a total of 30 zip codes. Donald Trump also took the lead in terms of the most zip codes for the amount raised, with a total of 18 zip codes. For amount raised the runner-up was Biden with a total of 14 zip codes, 4 zip codes short to take the lead.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 89135: Trump received 82 unique donors (256 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($142,271.9).
  • Zip code 89117: Trump received 82 unique donors (204 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($81,451).
  • Zip code 89131: Trump received 82 unique donors (134 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($35,730.28).
  • Zip code 89134: Trump received 74 unique donors (170 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($45,621).
  • Zip code 89149: Trump received 51 unique donors (99 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($32,980.12).
  • Zip code 89129: Trump received 48 unique donors (118 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($19,111.2).
  • Zip code 89145: Trump received 46 unique donors (100 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($46,425).
  • Zip code 89128: Trump received 45 unique donors (104 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($23,844).
  • Zip code 89144: Trump received 34 unique donors (87 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($62,095).
  • Zip code 89102: Trump received 20 unique donors (81 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($15,162).

 


Los Angeles, CA


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Los Angeles and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

From the interactive map we can see that Los Angeles is vastly covered in blue, which indicates a high number of democratic donations. If we take a closer look at the corresponding interactive line graph above the map, we are able to see which Presidential candidate is in the lead, in Los Angeles overall and in different zip codes. Starting with Los Angeles as a whole, the Presidental candidate taking the lead in terms of unique donors as of December 2019 was Bernie Sanders, with an impressive 5,165 unique donors. That is 1,593 more unique donors than the runner-up, which in the fourth quarter was Peter Buttigieg. Coming in third was Donald Trump, 473 unique donors behind Buttigieg, with a total of 3,099 unique donors in December.

When looking more closely at the different Los Angeles zip codes we are able to see which Presidential candidate was able to secure most zip codes in terms of unique donors and amount raised. For unique donors, Bernie Sanders took the lead in 68 zip codes. President Donald Trump came in second, securing the lead in 33 zip codes. For the amount raised, however, Donald Trump was the front-runner, securing 45 zip codes. Sanders came in second taking the win in 28 zip codes while Biden secured 25 zip codes. For the party share, the Democratic party rocked the leaderboard by holding 55% + of the share in an impressive 124 zip codes. The Republican party, however, didn’t secure one zip code in terms of having 55% + of the unique donors share. There were 7 zip codes where neither party had majority.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 90069: Buttigieg received 276 unique donors (576 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($297,871.34)
  • Zip code 90046: Buttigieg received 226 unique donors (690 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($261,216.35)
  • Zip code 90026: Sanders received 212 unique donors (471 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Sanders ($69,536.35)
  • Zip code 90049: Buttigieg received 201 unique donors (863 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($287,434)
  • Zip code 90027: Sanders received 188 unique donors (562 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($73,695.25)
  • Zip code 90272: Biden received 135 unique donors (622 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($263,777.5)
  • Zip code 90210: Buttigieg & Trump received 121 unique donors each (575 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($304,113.39)
  • Zip code 90402: Buttigieg received 104 unique donors (463 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($195,674)
  • Zip code 90025: Sanders received 98 unique donors (500 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($145,011)
  • Zip code 90064: Warren received 72 unique donors (481 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($114,477.96)

 


Memphis, TN


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Memphis and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

For the city of Memphis we see that the percentage of donor share by zip code is pretty tied by the political party. When we look at it deeper, we see that the Republican party holds the lead in terms of holding 55% + of the donor share in 15 zip codes while the Democratic party had the majority in 14 zip codes. There were 4 zip codes in Memphis where neither party had the majority of the percentage donor share.

When we break it down by Presidential candidates we see that President Donald Trump takes the lead in the fourth quarter with a total of 578 unique donors. Second place in terms of total unique donors goes to Bernie Sander; however, he only received a total of 153 unique donors. Biden was right behind Sanders with a total of 129 unique donors. Donald Trump had the most unique donors in 22 zip codes and the highest amount raised in 21 zip codes, racing past the other Presidential candidates by a lot.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 38138: Trump received 59 unique donors (104 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($40,932.27).
  • Zip code 38139: Trump received 56 unique donors (92 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($33,364.79).
  • Zip code 38002: Trump received 46 unique donors (62 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($17,769.25).
  • Zip code 38120: Trump received 40 unique donors (67 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($20,296.18).
  • Zip code 38018: Trump received 34 unique donors (60 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($9,167.74).
  • Zip code 38117: Trump received 32 unique donors (74 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($15,832.17).
  • Zip code 38111: Trump received 31 unique donors (82 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($22,591).
  • Zip code 38119: Trump received 29 unique donors (55 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($14,658.1).
  • Zip code 38104: Sanders received 23 unique donors (86 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($11,187.2).
  • Zip code 38103: Biden & Trump received 12 unique donors (57 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($10,118.68).

 


Miami, FL


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Miami and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

From the first look at the map, we see that the findings are more scattered for Miami than other cities. The majority of zip codes does appear to have a more democratic stand than republican. However, when we look at Miami as a whole, we see that President Donald Trump managed to secure a total of 856 unique donors in Miami in December. Trump secured 252 unique donors more than the runner-up, Joe Biden. But that is just an overall of Miami. Let’s take a deeper look at the zip codes to see if the picture changes.

Looking at which Presidential candidate took the lead in which Miami zip codes, President Donald Trump took the lead in regards to securing the highest number of zip codes in terms of unique donors. Trump managed to secure 17 zip codes, while Sanders secured 8. Both Biden and Buttigieg managed to secure 6 zip codes each in terms of the highest number of unique donors. In regards to the amount raised, Biden took the lead from Trump by taking the lead in 14 zip codes for the amount raised. Trump, however, is right behind with 12 zip codes. Buttigieg secured 5 zip codes, while Sanders secured 4 and Warren secured 2. Now, what were the numbers when we look at how the parties did? In fact, the Democratic party held the majority share in 31 zip codes while the Republican party only managed to hold 55% + of the share in 3 zip codes. 3 zip codes were left without a party winner.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 33139: Buttigieg received 91 unique donors (293 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($106,556.06)
  • Zip code 33133: Biden received 81 unique donors (291 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($106,035)
  • Zip code 33156: Trump received 70 unique donors (211 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($58,068.4)
  • Zip code 33134: Trump received 60 unique donors (215 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($74,405)
  • Zip code 33140: Buttigieg received 51 unique donors (177 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($81,799.29)
  • Zip code 33160: Trump received 50 unique donors (120 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($55,694.35)
  • Zip code 33131: Biden received 39 unique donors each (174 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($59,517)
  • Zip code 33143: Biden received 38 unique donors (162 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($48,228)
  • Zip code 33138: Buttigieg received 28 unique donors (123 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($19,160.35)
  • Zip code 33141: Buttigieg received 24 unique donors (98 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($37,306)

 


Minneapolis, MN


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Minneapolis and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

Looking at the map of Minneapolis there is no doubt where the majority of the city stands, politically, as the entire map is colored in blue. Looking at the numbers, the Democratic party held a 55% + donor share in all 34 zip codes of Minneapolis.

The Presidential candidate with the most unique donors in total was Amy Klobuchar, with a total of 1,202 unique donors in December. In second place we have Bernie Sanders with a total of 904 unique donors and in third we have Elizabeth Warren with 560 unique donors. Klobuchar secured the most zip codes in terms of unique donors, with a total of 17 zip codes. However, Bernie Sanders was right behind with 16 zip codes. For most zip codes in terms of amount raised Amy Klobuchar won by a landslide with a total of 21 out of 34 zip codes.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 55419: Klobuchar received 100 unique donors (254 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Klobuchar ($55,830.5)
  • Zip code 55416: Klobuchar received 95 unique donors (281 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Klobuchar ($65,064.3)
  • Zip code 55105: Klobuchar received 89 unique donors (237 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Klobuchar ($62,304.78)
  • Zip code 55403: Klobuchar received 82 unique donors (206 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Klobuchar ($61,935.36)
  • Zip code 55405: Klobuchar received 73 unique donors (185 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Klobuchar ($75,935)
  • Zip code 55410: Klobuchar received 66 unique donors (225 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Klobuchar ($34,544.5)
  • Zip code 55104: Sanders received 64 unique donors each (220 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($25,154.21)
  • Zip code 55406: Sanders & Warren received 57 unique donors (219 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($20,268.37)
  • Zip code 55414: Klobuchar received 52 unique donors (172 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Klobuchar ($46,321.16)
  • Zip code 55408: Sanders received 50 unique donors (176 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Klobuchar ($27,455.49)

 


New York, NY


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights New York City and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

From the interactive map above we can see that for New York City the majority of donor share is democratic, similar to the results of the previous quarter findings. When taking a closer look at the corresponding interactive line graph above the map, we see that Bernie Sanders is the candidate in the lead with 6,971 unique donors in December when looking at New York City overall. If we break down the numbers by boroughs, the findings vary among candidates. While Sanders obtained the lead in the Bronx with a total of 205 unique donors, candidate Donald Trump is right behind with 185 unique donors. Sanders also obtained the lead in Queens (984 unique donors) but again we see that Trump is not far behind (867 unique donors). For the borough of Brooklyn however, Sanders was the clear winner. Coming in at second was Elizabeth Warren but she was far behind Sanders with only 1,791 unique donors compared to Sanders’ number of 2,796 unique donors.

The boroughs of Manhattan and Staten Island had other Presidential candidates in the lead other than Sanders. For Manhattan, the clear candidate in the lead was Peter Buttigieg. In December, Buttigieg had a total of 3,928 unique donors, which was 1,141 more unique donors than Sanders (total of 2,787 unique donors in Manhattan). While Buttigieg might not have been as strong in other boroughs than Manhattan, Buttigieg had the highest number of unique donors by borough in New York City. For the borough of Staten Island, Donald Trump took a clear lead in December with a total of 388 unique donors compared to the runner-up, Sanders, with a total of 127 unique donors.

Taking a deeper look at the leaderboard for the Presidential candidates’ effort in securing the most unique donors and amount raised we see that Bernie Sanders secured 83 zip codes in terms of unique donors. Donald Trump ended up second, with a win totalling 66 zip codes. However, for the amount raised, the findings switch. Trump is now the front-runner, securing 80 zip codes in terms of the amount raised. Bernie Sanders now ranks second, with a total of 55 zip codes. We also want to take a brief look at the numbers for the two parties. Who holds the majority share in New York? Well, the Democratic party holds 55% + of the share in 182 zip codes while the Republican party only held the majority in 16 zip codes. 17 zip codes were “neutral”.

 

Unique donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 10011: Buttigieg received 416 unique donors (1,251 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($638,260.45)
  • Zip code 10023: Buttigieg received 339 unique donors (1,260 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($556,375.45)
  • Zip code 10024: Buttigieg received 288 unique donors (1,395 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($432,055.12)
  • Zip code 11215: Warren received 283 unique donors (934 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Warren ($117,530.24)
  • Zip code 10025: Warren received 262 unique donors (1,221 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($224,131.18)
  • Zip code 11201: Warren received 220 unique donors (1,027 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($184,768.11)
  • Zip code 10003: Buttigieg received 210 unique donors each (912 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($369,550.15)
  • Zip code 10021: Biden received 198 unique donors (833 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($535,273.95)
  • Zip code 10128: Buttigieg received 182 unique donors (972 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($325,592.22)
  • Zip code 10028: Biden received 147 unique donors (852 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($285,872.31)

 


Phoenix, AZ


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Phoenix and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

From a quick look at the interactive map of Phoenix, it appears the zip codes are rather divided in terms of what their political stance is. However, looking at Phoenix overall we can see from the corresponding interactive line graph above that President Donald Trump has a big lead in the city. At the end of the fourth quarter in December, President Trump had received 2,141 unique donors, 1,312 more unique donors than Phoenix’s runner-up, Bernie Sanders. Sanders had received a total of 829 unique donors in December while Buttigieg had a total of 419 unique donors.

When we break down the party share, the Democratic party holds 55% + of the share in 29 zip codes in Phoenix. The Republican party holds the majority in 19 zip codes. There are currently 19 zip codes where neither party holds 55% + of the share. In terms of which Presidential candidate took the lead in terms of the total amount of zip codes secured in terms of unique donors and amount raised, President Donald Trump is the clear winner securing 49 zip codes for unique donors and 55 zip codes in terms of the highest amount raised from donations.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 85255: Trump received 217 unique donors (372 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($178,002.83)
  • Zip code 85253: Trump received 116 unique donors (217 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($113,538.26)
  • Zip code 85383: Trump received 109 unique donors (166 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($46,279.95)
  • Zip code 85308: Trump received 87 unique donors (140 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($37,858.22)
  • Zip code 85254: Trump received 84 unique donors (173 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($41,502.21)
  • Zip code 85331: Trump received 83 unique donors (136 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($40,257.79)
  • Zip code 85251: Trump received 69 unique donors each (143 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($36,230.91)
  • Zip code 85018: Trump received 56 unique donors (164 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($54,850.98)
  • Zip code 85016: Trump received 47 unique donors (149 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($26,011.34)
  • Zip code 85282: Sanders received 45 unique donors (143 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($12,225.41)

 


San Jose, CA


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights San Jose and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

 

Viewing the interactive map above the map clearly shows that the total number of unique donors are mostly Democratic donations. Looking at San Jose as a whole, the front-runner Presidential candidate is Bernie Sanders. In December, Sanders had a total of 1,160 unique donors in San Jose. However, that is only 198 unique donors more than the runner-up, which in this case was President Donald Trump, who had a total of 962 unique donors by December. Coming in at third is Presidential candidate Andrew Yang, who had a total of 615 unique donors in San Jose by December. The gap between runner-up and third is slightly bigger than for the front-runner and the runner-up, but the difference is only 347 unique donors. Note, that unique donors don’t mean amount raised so while the total number of unique donors might be higher with one candidate than another, the amount raised might be higher for another candidate and vice versa. However, the unique donor counts give an indication of which Presidential candidate the people are standing by.

By looking at the Q4 numbers, we also see that Bernie Sanders took the lead in 20 zip codes throughout San Jose in terms of unique donors. The runner-up was Trump, with a total of 13 zip codes. For the amount raised, however, the numbers change a bit. Now, we have a tie between Presidential candidate Andrew Yang and President Donald Trump in terms of holding the most zip codes for the amount raised. Both Yang and Trump secured 12 zip codes each, while Sanders secured 8, Buttigieg secured 7, and Warren secured 1. If we look at who dominated in terms of the party share, the Democratic party held 55% + of the share in 39 zip codes, while the Republican party had none. 1 zip code was “neutral”.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 95014: Sanders received 75 unique donors (344 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Yang ($66,776.88)
  • Zip code 95112: Sanders received 74 unique donors (245 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($34,041.17)
  • Zip code 95070: Yang received 71 unique donors (319 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Yang ($70,494.13)
  • Zip code 95037: Sanders received 65 unique donors (173 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($56,501.09)
  • Zip code 95125: Sanders received 63 unique donors (313 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($47,570.1)
  • Zip code 95126: Sanders received 61 unique donors (209 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($31,284.56)
  • Zip code 95008: Sanders received 57 unique donors each (225 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Yang ($28,626.83)
  • Zip code 95123: Sanders received 50 unique donors (184 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($18,817.8)
  • Zip code 95124: Sanders received 47 unique donors (193 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($34,216.8)
  • Zip code 95032: Buttigieg received 40 unique donors (181 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Trump ($56,205.28)

 


Seattle, WA


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Seattle and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

For Seattle, the interactive map shows all of Seattle’s zip codes covered in blue. Looking at the numbers to support the colors, we see that the Democratic party had the majority donor share (55% + of the donor share) in all of Seattle’s 37 zip codes. So just from the map, it seems the residents of Seattle are mostly supporting the Democratic candidates. But which candidate is taking the lead, according to the Q4 numbers?

Breaking it down by Presidential candidates, we see that Bernie Sanders received a total of 2,382 unique donors at the end of Q4. The runner-up candidate was Elizabeth Warren, with a total of 1,850 unique donors. Coming third is Peter Buttigieg, with a total of 1,317 unique donors. President Donald Trump only received a total of 528 unique donors in Seattle for Q4. Furthermore, Sanders took the lead in a total of 23 out of 37 zip codes in terms of the highest number of unique donors while Buttigieg secured most zip codes (12 out of 37) in terms of the highest amount raised.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 98103: Sanders received 220 unique donors (679 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Warren ($78,681.68)
  • Zip code 98122: Sanders received 163 unique donors (536 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($86,500.78)
  • Zip code 98115: Sanders received 150 unique donors (580 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Warren ($66,358.78)
  • Zip code 98102: Sanders received 146 unique donors (467 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($76,340.26)
  • Zip code 98118: Sanders received 117 unique donors (330 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Sanders ($51,827.97)
  • Zip code 98112: Warren received 112 unique donors (520 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($158,510.99)
  • Zip code 95008: Warren received 104 unique donors each (385 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Warren ($47,293.15)
  • Zip code 98109: Sanders received 104 unique donors (365 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($48,284)
  • Zip code 98105: Sanders received 94 unique donors (341 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($48,936.63)
  • Zip code 98119: Sanders received 78 unique donors (337 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($60,702.21)

 


Washington D.C.


 

Which Candidate Does Your Neighbor Support?

 

The interactive map below highlights Washington D.C. and its zip codes. More detailed, the map shows where each zip code stands, politically, and which presidential candidate is the front-runner in each zip code. By clicking on the zip code or selecting from the drop-down menu, you will get more information on which candidate is the front-runner and which candidate raised the most money in donations in that specific zip code. For a more detailed analysis of how each candidate is doing in the same zip code, view the corresponding interactive line graph above the map.

 


 

Blue zip codes are zip codes where the aggregated number of unique donors of all Democratic candidates (including past and current candidates) is higher than the number of unique donors received by Trump, Walsh, and Weld (mostly Trump), and red zip codes are areas where the Republican candidates attracted more unique donors than all Democratic candidates combined.

From the map, we see that Washington D.C. is following the same trend as Seattle, with all of its zip codes being covered in blue. Out of Washington D.C.’s 28 zip codes, the Democratic party held a 55% + share of the unique donors for the fourth quarter in all of the city’s zip codes. There were no zip codes throughout Washington D.C. where the Republican party and President Trump had a significant lead in terms when looking at the Q4 numbers.

For the individual Presidential candidates, the front-runner in Washington D.C. was Peter Buttigieg, with a total of 2,167 unique donors. The runner-up was Elizabeth Warren, with a total of 1,346 unique donors, 821 fewer donors than Buttigieg. Peter Buttigieg was also the front-runner in terms of securing the most zip codes when looking at the total number of unique donors and the amount raised. Buttigieg secured 16 zip codes for total unique donors and 15 zip codes for highest amount raised in Washington D.C.

 

Unique Donors Leaderboard – Top 10 Zip Codes With the Most Unique Donors

 

We thought we would break down the zip codes with the most unique donors for the fourth quarter. You can also select the zip codes from the drop-down menu on the map to learn more.

  • Zip code 20009: Buttigieg received 330 unique donors (909 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($259,174.62)
  • Zip code 20008: Buttigieg received 238 unique donors (887 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($237,568.75)
  • Zip code 20001: Buttigieg received 228 unique donors (710 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($175,379.3)
  • Zip code 20016: Buttigieg received 224 unique donors (922 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($285,302.62)
  • Zip code 20002: Buttigieg received 195 unique donors (694 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($137,965.04)
  • Zip code 20007: Buttigieg received 175 unique donors (651 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Biden ($242,692.72)
  • Zip code 20003: Buttigieg received 154 unique donors each (524 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($101,951.67)
  • Zip code 20015: Buttigieg received 120 unique donors (440 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($124,269.91)
  • Zip code 20010: Warren received 112 unique donors (345 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($57,843.85)
  • Zip code 20011: Buttigieg received 86 unique donors (389 total unique donors) / highest amount raised was for Buttigieg ($50,798.01)

 


Methodology

 

The campaign donations data was retrieved from the FEC. Note that the dataset only includes individual receipts and has yet to be categorized and coded by the FEC as of Feb 10th, 2020. It is pulled directly from each committee’s raw, electronic reports, and does not include paper filings. The city shapefiles were retrieved from the < a href="https://www.census.gov/">U.S. Census Bureau. In terms of unique donors, we deduped by names, zip codes, and committee names. We adopted 5-digit zip codes for this report as not all candidates collect 9-digit zip codes. We then grouped the zip codes by their respective cities and further analyzed the data by each candidate. People that have changed their names or moved in between donations could artificially inflate these numbers.

 

Frequently Asked Questions about Our Election Studies

 

1. Why would Trump be leading in a Blue city?

This is related to the nature of the primary. As we all know, there are currently 11 Democrats running for President in 2020, and so the support is divided among them. Meanwhile, while the Republican Party has 3 candidates running, all the support is gravitating towards Donald Trump, and therefore he alone could receive support from more unique donors than any single Democratic candidate.

2. Why should we care about unique donors?

While the dollar amount raised is important for candidates, we believe that it is more crucial to understand how many unique donors each candidate has attracted, as each unique donor potentially means one vote, and by measuring donor counts, it gives us a better idea of how many people support each candidate.

3. How is the party majority calculated?

The party majority is calculated using the aggregated unique donor count of a party and the aggregated unique donor count from Jan 1st to December 31st, 2019. For instance, if Democratic candidates attracted a total of 200 unique donors, and the total number of unique donors within a city is 500, then the Democratic share would be 40%. In terms of the color shades, purple areas are whether neither the Democratic candidates combined nor Trump has more than 55% of the donors. Light blue and light red represent zip codes where the party has 55% to 70% of the donors, and blue or red represents a majority of 70% and more.

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