New York City is typically thought of as a Democratic stronghold, but the reality is more nuanced than that. Brick recently reported on a RentHop study, which revealed that the city has its share of Trump donors, particularly on Staten Island and in southwest Brooklyn. And back in April, the New York Times ran maps of how each neighborhood voted in the presidential primaries; the results resemble a patchwork quilt, proving that New Yorkers are anything but a political monolith.
We want to know how you'll be voting on November 8th, how you decided on your chosen candidate, and where you live. Then, check back in on Election Day for a close look at how New York is voting by borough. Make sure you scroll through to answer all the questions!
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