These Zip Codes Are Donating the Most Money to Joe Biden

The 2020 presidential election is rapidly approaching, with both Democratic challenger Joe Biden and Republican incumbent President Donald J. Trump fighting for every available campaign dollar. Each candidate has received total contributions in the neighborhood of $1 billion.

To find out which of the country's 42,000 zip codes have donated the most money to Joe Biden over the past two years, Stacker analyzed Federal Election Commission records from Jan. 1, 2019-July 31, 2020, released in August, to compile a list of the top 50. Each zip code is ranked by its total donation amount to the Biden for President campaign committee. Only FEC-processed records from unique individuals, as opposed to outside groups or committees, were considered. Slides also include the number of donations made toward Biden's campaign in that zip code, and the total state donations to the campaign.

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The top 50 zip codes that have been most generous toward the Biden for President campaign span nine states, although 14 were contained within the island of Manhattan alone. One of the island's wealthiest zip codes supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election to the tune of 86% of the popular vote, although one of that zip code's richest enclaves, Lincoln Square, saw Trump garner 33%.

California boasts 13 spots in the top 50, including perhaps the country's most famous zip code. A hit television show in the early 1990s made those five digits a household name, and today's residents have given more than $400 per donation to the Biden campaign.

While the White House has a zip code all to itself, seven surrounding zips in the nation's capital are among Biden's largest contributors. A nearby Maryland community, which also carries a famous Hollywood name, tops the list as the only seven-figure contributor.

The list includes information about which neighborhoods comprise a specific zip code, demographics of the area, and voting history in past presidential elections are included.

Keep reading to find out the top 50 zip codes donating the most money to Joe Biden.

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#50. 11215 (Brooklyn, New York)
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#50. 11215 (Brooklyn, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $325,924
- Number of donations: 1,708
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

Calvin Coolidge was the last Republican that Brooklyn voters supported, during the 1924 presidential election. The borough has been choosing Democratic candidates down the line for nearly a century. Joe Biden's campaign brought in Brooklyn donations like President Barack Obama's had in the 2008 and 2012 elections, when the former leader averaged up to 80% of the popular vote.

#49. 20003 (Washington D.C.)
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#49. 20003 (Washington D.C.)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $333,721
- Number of donations: 1,298
- Total Washington D.C. donations to Biden's campaign: $5,742,307

Barred from casting a vote in a presidential election until 1964, Washington D.C. remains loyal to the Democratic party, continuing to check the party box ever since voting for Lyndon Johnson, who beat GOP contender Barry Goldwater that year. Never casting a Republican vote since, the District of Columbia's average for choosing a winning presidential candidate from 1964 to 2016 is 42.86%.

#48. 94920 (Tiburon, California)
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#48. 94920 (Tiburon, California)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $343,530
- Number of donations: 1,039
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

The incorporated town in Marin County definitely prefers the Democrats, proving so with 2016 general election results. Out of the county's 182 precincts, Democrat Hillary Clinton garnered 77.27% of the popular vote. Thus far, in the run-up to the 2020 election, Biden is averaging approximately $330 per donation.

#47. 10019 (Manhattan, New York)
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#47. 10019 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $349,164
- Number of donations: 970
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

The borough of Manhattan has a strong political presence in New York City, turning out the highest percentage of registered voters in the 2016 presidential election compared to the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island. Manhattan, which is made up of neighborhoods including Soho, Tribeca, Harlem, and the Upper East and West Sides, joined the rest of the Empire State in voting the Democratic ticket that year, with Donald Trump receiving only 36.5% of the collective statewide vote.

#46. 94941 (Mill Valley, California)
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#46. 94941 (Mill Valley, California)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $351,323
- Number of donations: 1,610
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

Since the 2000 general election, Marin County's Mill Valley has consistently cast presidential ballots for the Dems. The moderately-liberal but expensive zip code, within an hour of Napa Valley and San Francisco, voted 77.3% in favor of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, only giving the GOP 15.5% of the vote, with the rest to the Independent party challenger.

#45. 20001 (Washington D.C.)
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#45. 20001 (Washington D.C.)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $360,768
- Number of donations: 1,334
- Total Washington D.C. donations to Biden's campaign: $5,742,307

Another Washington D.C. zip code that's decidedly Democratic is the 20001 zip code, a region with three electoral votes since 1964, none of which have ever gone to a GOP contender. When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were vying for the 2016 election, the zip code gave the Democratic candidate 22 votes for every one cast for the Republican challenger.

#44. 94114 (San Francisco)
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#44. 94114 (San Francisco)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $368,586
- Number of donations: 1,344
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

Definitively Democratic, the City of Brotherly Love has voted blue in the past five presidential elections, as high as 84.5% in the 2016 race. Strongly liberal, San Francisco's neighborhoods, including Haight-Ashbury, Union Square, Mission District, and Noe Valley, donated nearly $245 million to democratic campaigns between 2015 and 2018, with donations averaging $824 per donor.

#43. 20816 (Bethesda, Maryland)
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#43. 20816 (Bethesda, Maryland)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $373,718
- Number of donations: 1,356
- Total Maryland donations to Biden's campaign: $7,096,874

Of the 24 counties in Maryland, only two voted Democratic by a higher percentage in the 2016 presidential election than Montgomery County, home to Bethesda's 20816 zip code. Only a half hour from Washington D.C., the 20816 urban center is notably wealthy, with many officials commuting to work in the District of Columbia.

#42. 94118 (San Francisco)
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#42. 94118 (San Francisco)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $377,524
- Number of donations: 1,093
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

The 94118 zip code in San Francisco is one of two in California's northwest region that has donated extensively to the Biden campaign, including 94114. Near Silicon Valley and notably one of the most expensive places to live in the United States, the area is home to the third-highest number of North American billionaires, and residents whose median household income is 74% higher than the national average.

#41. 94611 (Oakland, California)
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#41. 94611 (Oakland, California)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $389,367
- Number of donations: 1,891
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

With an overall cost of living more expensive than Los Angeles, the West Coast port city of Oakland favored the Democratic ticket by 78.1% in the 2016 presidential election, consistent with California's other major cities. The Alameda County seat is strongly liberal and expensive to reside in, specifically the Piedmont, Crocker Highland, and Upper Rockridge neighborhoods.

#40. 98112 (Seattle)
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#40. 98112 (Seattle)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $393,799
- Number of donations: 1,065
- Total Washington donations to Biden's campaign: $6,937,482

Unlike other northwestern U.S. states, Washington's voting history is not nearly as pro-Democratic, rocking back and forth in streaks between the two parties. The last eight presidential elections have proven to be blue, with Hillary Clinton securing 54% of the vote to Donald Trump's 38%. The 98112 zip code is one of the state's more liberal areas, supporting Clinton at nearly 70%, and giving nearly $370 to Biden's campaign per donation.

#39. 90024 (Los Angeles)
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#39. 90024 (Los Angeles)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $395,114
- Number of donations: 1,442
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

The Latino community, which favors the Democratic ticket, has helped California turn blue, specifically the City of Angels. Los Angeles, made up of notable neighborhoods including Bel Air, Hollywood, Sherman Oaks, and Venice, had 67.5% of registered voters turn out for the 2016 presidential election, with 2,464,364 votes cast for Hillary Clinton and 769,743 ballots for Donald Trump.

#38. 10014 (Manhattan, New York)
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#38. 10014 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $395,475
- Number of donations: 1,252
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

Of New York City's five boroughs, Manhattan brings in the most votes, with 60% in the 2016 presidential elections. The zip code, which represents the Meatpacking District of Manhattan and Greenwich Village, has donated an average of $315 per supporter for the Biden campaign thus far, giving the Democrat more dollars in the district.

#37. 10075 (Manhattan, New York)
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#37. 10075 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $396,207
- Number of donations: 1,188
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

One of several Manhattan zip codes, 10075 represents the Upper East Side, where registered voters and residents average an annual salary of $113,485. Made up of expensive neighborhoods and strongly-liberal Democrats, the Upper East Side and the rest of Manhattan cast 86.6% in favor of the party in the 2016 election, giving the GOP a mere 9.7% vote.

#36. 19103 (Philadelphia)
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#36. 19103 (Philadelphia)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $397,388
- Number of donations: 1,122
- Total Pennsylvania donations to Biden's campaign: $7,383,476

In a notable battleground state, Philadelphia comprises neighborhoods including Fishtown, Old City, and Rittenhouse Square, adding to the region that presently favors the Democratic ticket at 48%, 10% higher than the Republican party vote. Despite Philadelphia's blue leanings, the state sided with Donald Trump in the 2016 election.

#35. 22101 (McLean, Virginia)
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#35. 22101 (McLean, Virginia)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $398,307
- Number of donations: 1,627
- Total Virginia donations to Biden's campaign: $6,994,024

Leaning liberal, the city of McLean, Virginia, located in Fairfax County, is part of the 64.4% of the region that voted Democratic in the last presidential election. Between 2015 and 2018, up to 69,779 Democrats donated to the party and liberal campaigns, equaling around $407 per donation and more than $28,363,013 in contributions.

#34. 02138 (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
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#34. 02138 (Cambridge, Massachusetts)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $402,880
- Number of donations: 1,356
- Total Massachusetts donations to Biden's campaign: $9,259,436

Home to Harvard University, the elite Cambridge zip code in Middlesex County voted for the past five Democratic presidential candidates, including Hillary Clinton in 2016 with 65.3%. In March of 2020, Massachusetts' Sen. Elizabeth Warren withdrew her bid for the Democratic nomination. Biden's campaign has benefited, with contributions approaching $500,000.

#33. 90402 (Santa Monica, California)
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#33. 90402 (Santa Monica, California)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $406,924
- Number of donations: 934
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

Statistics from the 2016 presidential election between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump showed just how much Santa Monica, California, prefers the blue political party. With up to 80% of the vote going to Clinton, the zip code, which carries a 304.5% cost of living compared to the national average, Trump saw a 14.8% approval, less than 2012 GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney's 20.7%.

#32. 10065 (Manhattan, New York)
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#32. 10065 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $414,653
- Number of donations: 974
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

Rather than gain electoral votes, New York has dropped a couple over the years, but remains dark blue. The 2016 presidential election results show votes for the Democratic ticket for the U.S. Commander in Chief at 22% higher than the GOP, with this Manhattan zip code contributing to Hillary Clinton's campaign as it is doing with Biden.

#31. 22207 (Arlington, Virginia)
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#31. 22207 (Arlington, Virginia)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $417,792
- Number of donations: 1,716
- Total Virginia donations to Biden's campaign: $6,994,024

Considered reasonably liberal, Arlington, Virginia, has been donating heavily to Democratic campaigns, giving $25,762,116 to the party between 2015-2018. However, the zip code hasn't always been loyal to the Democratic ticket, favoring the GOP until college-educated Arlingtonians began to see differently in the '70s before becoming officially blue by the '80s.

#30. 90210 (Beverly Hills, California)
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#30. 90210 (Beverly Hills, California)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $422,084
- Number of donations: 983
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

The most famous California zip code—where neighborhood living costs are 628.1% higher than the U.S. average—strongly supports the blue party, giving Hillary Clinton 71.8% of the vote in the 2016 presidential election. The four-year total campaign contributions to the ticket and liberal fundraisers equal $15,547,620, breaking down to $789 per donation.

#29. 02116 (Boston)
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#29. 02116 (Boston)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $438,444
- Number of donations: 860
- Total Massachusetts donations to Biden's campaign: $9,259,436

The Suffolk County zip code makes up the overall strongly-liberal sentiment in Massachusetts, which favored the Democratic ticket in the 2016 election by 78.4%. Based at the head of Boston Bay, the 02116 zip code averages million-dollar home prices in neighborhoods that include Back Bay, Heritage on the Garden, and Bay Village.

#28. 20814 (Bethesda, Maryland)
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#28. 20814 (Bethesda, Maryland)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $440,025
- Number of donations: 2,009
- Total Maryland donations to Biden's campaign: $7,096,874

Like 20816, this zip code also covers Bethesda, Maryland, the somewhat-liberal community that voted 74.7% Democratic in the 2016 presidential election. Located in Montgomery County, which donated $110,518,510 to Democratic campaigns between 2015-2018, Bethesda's neighborhoods are 30 minutes from Washington D.C.

#27. 94010 (Burlingame, California)
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#27. 94010 (Burlingame, California)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $452,022
- Number of donations: 1,004
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

Burlingame's San Mateo County community has given presidential candidate Joe Biden almost half a million dollars toward his campaign. The fairly wealthy city boasts a median household income of $122,999, and has voted blue in every presidential election over the past 20 years.

#26. 94025 (Menlo Park, California)
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#26. 94025 (Menlo Park, California)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $455,345
- Number of donations: 1,352
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

Branded somewhat liberal, Menlo Park voted 75.7% Democratic in the 2016 presidential election and donated up to $36,750,696 to the ticket and campaigns from 2015-1018. The donations to the Democratic ticket in Menlo Park vastly outnumbered those made to the GOP, which raised only $3,671,459 in the same time.

#25. 90272 (Pacific Palisades, California)
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#25. 90272 (Pacific Palisades, California)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $457,347
- Number of donations: 1,613
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

A lush Los Angeles neighborhood, Pacific Palisades has above-average public schools and multimillion dollar private homes with residents who lean left. Before Joe Biden became the blue ticket nominee for president, the Pacific Palisades Democratic Club hosted primary election contender Gov. Jay Inslee from Washington during the 2019 primary race.

#24. 10013 (Manhattan, New York)
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#24. 10013 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $459,767
- Number of donations: 862
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

Covering Tribeca, zip code 10013 is considered the Big Apple's most expensive, with $2.8 million median-priced homes. Dating back to 2014, Tribeca keeps coming up blue, overpowering the GOP six years ago with a 59% vote, compared to the red party's 15%.

#23. 11201 (Brooklyn, New York)
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#23. 11201 (Brooklyn, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $462,009
- Number of donations: 2,081
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

King County's Downtown Brooklyn zip code is as devoted to the Democratic ticket as other borough neighborhood zip codes, including 11215. As the third-largest Big Apple business district, behind Lower and Midtown Manhattan, Downtown Brooklyn bustles with business and retail and is notable for Fulton Street and DeKalb Avenue.

#22. 10003 (Manhattan, New York)
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#22. 10003 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $473,486
- Number of donations: 1,965
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

The birthplace of the beatnik, lower Manhattan's East Side, comprises this zip code. Adjacent to Greenwich Village, between 14th and Houston streets and east of Broadway, 10003 has been deeply Democratic since 2012, reporting that almost a decade ago only 10% of voters were Republican.

#21. 60614 (Chicago)
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#21. 60614 (Chicago)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $474,822
- Number of donations: 1,448
- Total Illinois donations to Biden's campaign: $7,115,314

Though Chicago falls under Cook County, which is considered moderately liberal, the city itself is branded strongly liberal, with a questionable voting history. Rumor has it the "Democratic Machine" has even seen votes from the grave by rigged electoral rolls, which have secured a blue ticket mayor since 1931.

#20. 20015 (Washington D.C.)
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#20. 20015 (Washington D.C.)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $488,822
- Number of donations: 1,629
- Total Washington D.C. donations to Biden's campaign: $5,742,307

This Washington D.C. zip code covers the Hawthorne neighborhood, a community that helps support the region with three electoral votes earned after the 23rd Amendment's ratification in 1961. In the only non-state to have electoral votes, the District of Columbia neighborhood receives an A+ overall for quality of life in a very affluent and sparsely populated area.

#19. 19807 (Greenville, Delaware)
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#19. 19807 (Greenville, Delaware)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $490,801
- Number of donations: 1,405
- Total Delaware donations to Biden's campaign: $2,155,028

In New Castle County, the Greenville, Delaware, community was part of the state's overall 53.4% Democratic vote that went to Hillary Clinton in the 2016 general election, leaving 41.9% of the vote to Donald Trump. Joe Biden's campaign bumped up the county zip code's average resident contribution to the Democratic ticket to just under $350 in 2020, from $63 between 2015-2018.

#18. 94301 (Palo Alto, California)
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#18. 94301 (Palo Alto, California)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $510,196
- Number of donations: 1,297
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

The Silicon Valley sits in this San Francisco Bay city zip code, a predominantly Democratic region and home to Stanford University. In the 2016 presidential election, Silicon Valley supported Hillary Clinton by 80%, and the tech-savvy city only donated $1 to the GOP campaign for every $9 it handed over to the Democratic ticket.

#17. 20854 (Potomac, Maryland)
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#17. 20854 (Potomac, Maryland)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $517,756
- Number of donations: 2,099
- Total Maryland donations to Biden's campaign: $7,096,874

Maryland's Potomac populace supported part of the Free State's overall 60.5% Democratic vote in the 2016 presidential election. Located in moderately liberal Montgomery County, which gave 75.9% of the county vote to Hillary Clinton and 20.3% to Donald Trump, the D.C. suburb consists of neighborhoods averaging a 40% higher cost of living than the national average.

#16. 60611 (Chicago)
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#16. 60611 (Chicago)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $520,128
- Number of donations: 1,819
- Total Illinois donations to Biden's campaign: $7,115,314

This Cook County zip code, reportedly strongly liberal, donated $145,717,636 to the Democratic ticket and campaigns between 2015-2018, averaging $587 per donation. With a notorious history of voter fraud in city elections, the Chicago Tribune educates locally-registered voters about disinformation schemes and voting laws for the 2020 general elections.

#15. 20009 (Washington D.C.)
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#15. 20009 (Washington D.C.)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $564,097
- Number of donations: 2,278
- Total Washington D.C. donations to Biden's campaign: $5,742,307

Considered Kalorama Heights, this northwest zip code in D.C has a history of being home to some of Washington's most elite, and a section of Embassy Row, a line of foreign embassies along Massachusetts Avenue. The posh and politically influential region supports the predominantly Democratic D.C. area, which supported Hillary Clinton by 90.5% in the 2016 presidential election.

#14. 20817 (Bethesda, Maryland)
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#14. 20817 (Bethesda, Maryland)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $576,099
- Number of donations: 2,368
- Total Maryland donations to Biden's campaign: $7,096,874

With a handful of zip codes representing Bethesda, Maryland, located in Montgomery County, officials have set up dozens of voting centers in the predominantly Democratic region for the 2020 general election. The county, which voted 74.7% Democratic in the 2016 presidential election, is also considering placing drop boxes within Bethesda to avoid any postal delays for mail-in ballots.

#13. 10025 (Manhattan, New York)
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#13. 10025 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $586,474
- Number of donations: 3,777
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

Manhattan's Upper West Side, West Side, and Uptown form the 10025 zip code. This section, other borough regions, and the rest of the Empire State gave Hillary Clinton strong support in the 2016 presidential election with an overall 59% of the popular vote. The 10025 zip code has given more donations to Biden's campaign than any other on the list.

#12. 10022 (Manhattan, New York)
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#12. 10022 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $592,072
- Number of donations: 1,847
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

Adding to the long list of Manhattan zip codes making considerable contributions to the Joe Biden presidential campaign, these digits represent Turtle Bay, Midtown, and East Side Manhattan neighborhoods. In the 2012 presidential election, the Empire State, which hasn't voted for a GOP candidate since President Ronald Reagan, gave President Barack Obama a 28.1% advantage.

#11. 10011 (Manhattan, New York)
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#11. 10011 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $592,769
- Number of donations: 2,157
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

The Midtown West, West Side, and Chelsea zip code is one of 14 listed under Manhattan that donated to the Biden campaign. Considered strongly liberal, this section of Midtown West voted 86.6% Democratic in the 2016 presidential election and gave $2,507,079 to the blue ticket, with up to 3,407 residents averaging $736 per donation.

#10. 90049 (Los Angeles)
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#10. 90049 (Los Angeles)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $633,707
- Number of donations: 2,110
- Total California donations to Biden's campaign: $34,886,302

Brentwood, which boasts up to a 161% higher cost of living than the U.S. average, is an affluent community in Los Angeles County bearing zip code 90049. Branded liberal, up to 67.5% of the Brentwood area voted Democratic in the 2016 presidential election, with only 24.5% casting ballots for the GOP.

#9. 10028 (Manhattan, New York)
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#9. 10028 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $725,603
- Number of donations: 2,511
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

Strongly liberal, the Upper East Side and Yorkville sections of Manhattan make up 10028, one of many borough zip codes that strongly support the Joe Biden campaign, at more than $275 per donation. From 2015-2018, the Upper East Side donated $21,430,430 to the Democratic ticket and liberal campaigns, averaging $515 per contribution.

#8. 20007 (Washington D.C.)
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#8. 20007 (Washington D.C.)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $725,966
- Number of donations: 1,748
- Total Washington D.C. donations to Biden's campaign: $5,742,307

The 20007 zip code, which includes the Georgetown and Glover Park sections of the nation's capital, has given $415 per donation to the Biden campaign. Like much of Washington D.C., 20007 leans left, with the city giving every electoral college vote to a Democrat since gaining votes in 1964.

#7. 10128 (Manhattan, New York)
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#7. 10128 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $754,912
- Number of donations: 2,496
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

Located in between Central Park and the East River on Manhattan's Upper East Side, 10128 gave an average of $302 per contribution to the Biden campaign. The zip code encompasses the Carnegie Hill neighborhood, as well as part of East Harlem.

#6. 10021 (Manhattan, New York)
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#6. 10021 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $816,677
- Number of donations: 2,070
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

Lenox Hill, Uptown, and the Upper East Side make up the 10021, after one of Manhattan's wealthiest areas was redrawn in 2007. Biden's campaign received an average of $394 per contribution within the zip code.

#5. 20008 (Washington D.C.)
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#5. 20008 (Washington D.C.)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $880,780
- Number of donations: 2,506
- Total Washington D.C. donations to Biden's campaign: $5,742,307

Historic Cleveland Park, in the Northwest part of Washington D.C., helps comprise part of 20008. No Republican has ever won an electoral vote from the nation's capital, with this zip giving nearly $350 per donation.

#4. 20016 (Washington D.C.)
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#4. 20016 (Washington D.C.)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $935,490
- Number of donations: 3,137
- Total Washington D.C. donations to Biden's campaign: $5,742,307

The top-donating zip code to the Biden campaign in both money and number in the nation's capital, 20016 includes the Spring Valley neighborhood, home to American University. The area boasts a median home value approaching $1 million, and has some of the best schools in D.C.

#3. 10023 (Manhattan, New York)
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#3. 10023 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $982,728
- Number of donations: 3,371
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

Part of Manhattan's Upper West Side, this zip ranks second on the list behind the adjacent 10025 for the total number of donations to the Biden campaign. Considered strongly liberal for decades, Donald Trump garnered 33% of the vote in Lincoln Square, one of the zip code's richest enclaves.

#2. 10024 (Manhattan, New York)
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#2. 10024 (Manhattan, New York)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $995,972
- Number of donations: 3,228
- Total New York donations to Biden's campaign: $19,982,143

Manhattan's luxurious Upper West Side has given nearly $1 million to Joe Biden's campaign. The 60,000 residents, between Riverside and Central Parks, account for nearly 5% of the state's overall contributions. Manhattan trailed only the Bronx in supporting Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.

#1. 20815 (Chevy Chase, Maryland)
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#1. 20815 (Chevy Chase, Maryland)

- Total donations to Biden's campaign: $1,031,110
- Number of donations: 3,121
- Total Maryland donations to Biden's campaign: $7,096,874

The 20815 zip code accounts for nearly 15% of Maryland's total contributions to Joe Biden's 2020 campaign. The Montgomery County neighborhood is even more affluent than adjacent Bethesda, with a median home value approaching $900,000. A suburb of Washington D.C, Chevy Chase has a population just under 10,000.

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