New Yorkers may not get to cast their ballots for president until the state’s April 28th primary, but they’re already voting with their cash. More money has come from the New York metro area for four presidential candidates—Pete Buttigieg, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Andrew Yang—than from any other metro area in the country, according to Federal Election Commission data filed last week and analysis by the Center for Responsive Politics.

Candidates are required to provide donor names and addresses for donations larger than $200, so it’s likely that far more smaller donations came from the New York City area that aren’t factored in.

But the data for donations above $200 shows that Buttigieg took in $5,833,134 through December 31st, putting him in first place in New York fundraising among the candidates. The zip code that has given Buttigieg more than any other is 10011. Records show that $465,275 came to the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, from that slice of Chelsea and Greenwich Village.

“We got a lot of gay guys in Chelsea,” said Pankaj Amin, a 46-year-old entrepreneur who was walking along 23rd Street on a recent afternoon. “It doesn’t surprise me. He’s a good candidate. He’s an interesting candidate and I’m glad the people in Chelsea are supporting him.”

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Biden’s camp took in the second most money from New York City area donors with $4,897,965. His top-grossing zip code is in Palo Alto, California, but the part of the Upper East Side that runs between 87th and 96th streets comes in second. Donors living there pitched in $318,704. That didn’t surprise Carl Stark, an 80-year-old artist we interviewed in the neighborhood.

“They want to play it safe,” Stark said, of Upper East Side residents. “Usually it’s considered a wealthier neighborhood, high rent, high cost of condos, and they’re not gonna chance on anyone who might be socialist, or revolutionary.”

The top grossing zip code for Senator Elizabeth Warren was on the Upper West Side, followed by Park Slope. For Senator Bernie Sanders, the top zip code was in Park Slope, followed by the Upper West Side.

And while most of Senator Amy Klobuchar’s support came from the Midwest, she also received support to the tune of $193,057 from one Upper West Side zip code.

These results aren’t terribly unexpected. New York Democratic consultant Evan Thies with Pythia Public said the breakdown reflects the varying wings of the Democratic Party, with more left-leaning neighborhoods like Park Slope and the Upper West Side supporting candidates like Warren and Bernie, and more conservative areas like the Upper East Side lending their support to Biden.

“It speaks to just where the party is right now; trying to find itself, figure out the best path forward for its own future as it figures out who the candidate is,” he said. “Each of the four top candidates represents a different group of voters within the party and the hope is that whichever candidate becomes the nominee will be able to unite them.”

On the other end of the political spectrum, President Donald Trump raised more than $4 million from the New York metro area, second only to Los Angeles, according to OpenSecrets. Some $2,748,500 of that came from Stamford, Connecticut. (Think: Hedge funds.)

Within the five boroughs, his top-grossing zip code was in Midtown, 10022, which includes Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue. (Trump also garnered substantial support from two zip codes in Midwood, Brooklyn.)