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Ten Most Donald Trump-Loving Zip Codes in America, Including One in Denver

Denver is usually thought to be one of the more liberal communities in Colorado.

But one area of the city in particular turns out to be a hotbed of love for presumptive Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump.

The source of the information is the Wall Street Journal, which compiled Federal Election Commission data to determine the zip codes that contributed the most to Trump and Democratic Party presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton between January 2015 and April 2016.

Clinton's ten top zips are exclusively in New York and the Washington, D.C., area, as are five on the Trump list — though the dollar amounts in his case are considerably smaller, since he initially self-financed his campaign. However, the Donald also draws well from Florida, California, Texas and a moneyed part of Denver.


Continue to count down the ten zip codes that contributed the most to Trump during the aforementioned period, featuring WSJ data and graphics courtesy of MapTechnica.com.

Number 1: New York
Zip Code: 10022
Total donations: $24,698


Number 2: New York
Zip Code: 10021
Total donations: $16,142


Number 3: Palm Beach, Florida
Zip Code: 33480
Total donations: $15,100


Number 4: Pompano Beach, Florida
Zip Code: 33062
Total donations: $14,332


Number 5: Rocklin, California
Zip Code: 95677
Total donations: $13,500

Continue to keep counting down the ten Zip Codes that have donated the most money to Donald Trump, including one in Denver.

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