Apartment review site AddressReport found the party breakdown of each of Manhattan's neighborhoods using voter registration data.
The most lopsidedly Democratic neighborhood in the city is Harlem, which is 82% Democratic and only 3% Republican.
While Democrats outnumber Republicans in every neighborhood, the gap is a little smaller on the affluent Upper East Side and in Midtown East: In both of these neighborhoods, 22% of voters were registered Republicans making them the city's most conservative.
AddressReport made an infographic showing what percentage of each neighborhood's registered voters were Democrats, Republicans, in another party, or unaffiliated:
You can also check out the political breakdown of any individual address in New York by typing it in here.
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