Trump Is Winning the ‘Money Race’ in These Zip Codes

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How red is your city when it comes to the 2020 presidential election? A new study from Stacker aimed to find out, analyzing FEC records from Jan. 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020, to determine the 50 zip codes that have donated the most to the Trump campaign. Areas in the usual suspects like Texas, Florida and Arizona made the list, but so did zip codes in liberal-leaning cities like Los Angeles and NYC.

Here’s a full breakdown of the top zip codes that donated to Trump, and how much they gave:

50. 34110 in Naples, Florida: $157,319
49. 90049 in Los Angeles: $157,595
48. 92663 in Newport Beach, California: $159,894
47. 32779 in Longwood, Florida: $161,030
46. 34103 in Naples, Florida: $162,283
45. 77057 in Houston, Texas: $167,236
44. 79765 in Odessa, Texas: $170,003
43. 22101 in McLean, Virginia: $175,372
42.85262 in Scottsdale, Arizona: $176,380
41. 32163 in The Villages, Florida: $28,295,514
40. 89511 in Reno, Nevada: $180,130
39. 78006 in Boerne, Texas: $180,489
38. 32746 in Lake Mary, Florida: $180,903
37. 89052 in Henderson, Nevada: $181,730
36. 34786 in Windermere, Florida: $182,572
35. 33156 in Miami: $187,558

34. 10022 in New York (NYC): $188,422
33. 75093 in Plano, Texas: $192,285
32. 92037 in La Jolla, California: $193,345
31. 33418 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida: $195,983
30. 76107 in Fort Worth, Texas: $196,049
29. 37027 in Brentwood, Tennessee: $198,279
28. 76092 in Southlake, Texas: $199,087
27. 90274 in Palos Verdes Peninsula, California: $206,434.
26. 77019 in Houston: $206,545
25. 78746 in Austin, Texas: $209,200
24. 37215 in Nashville, Tennessee: $220,140
23. 32789 in Winter Park, Florida: $221,498
22. 30305 in Atlanta: $223,825
21. 79424 in Lubbock, Texas: $228,904
20. 33432 in Boca Raton, Florida: $229,064
19. 77056 in Houston: $230,681
18. 34102 in Naples, Florida: $247,152
17. 32082 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida: $252,178
16. 34108 in Naples, Florida: $262,046
15. 79707 in Midland, Texas: $265,029
14. 92067 in Rancho Santa Fe, California: $267,650
13. 32963 in Vero Beach, Florida: $272,407
12. 30327 in Atlanta: $293,092
11. 85253 on Paradise Valley, Arizona: $297,811
10. 79705 in Midland, Texas: $303,944
9. 75205 in Dallas: $304,186
8. 92660 in Newport Beach, California: $306,113
7. 32162 in The Villages, Florida: $336,511
6. 85255 in Scottsdale, Arizona: $336,872
5. 78209 in San Antonio: $346,681
4. 75225 in Dallas: $352,051

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3. 90210 in Beverly Hills, California: $360,444
2. 77024 in Houston: $420,026
1. 33480 in Palm Beach, Florida: $479,428

As pointed out in the New York Times this summer, there’s a “money race” between Trump and Biden, and each candidate is winning it in different areas of the nation: See which battleground counties are betting on your candidate to win.

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Nicole Spector is a writer, editor, and author based in Los Angeles by way of Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in Vogue, the Atlantic, Vice, and The New Yorker. She’s a frequent contributor to NBC News and Publishers Weekly. Her 2013 debut novel, “Fifty Shades of Dorian Gray” received laudatory blurbs from the likes of Fred Armisen and Ken Kalfus, and was published in the US, UK, France, and Russia — though nobody knows whatever happened with the Russian edition! She has an affinity for Twitter.