Who’d have thought such a map was possible? However a while back, the Wall Street Journal created a Metrocard map of New York City that shows what percentage of people in the area around a subway station are using the 30-day unlimited metrocards vs. regular pay-per-ride Metrocards. I assume that people who buy the 30-day card have higher future-time orientation because they have to lay out a large amount of money in advance.
You need to be familiar with the neighborhoods of New York City to filter out some of the noise. Car-friendly neighborhoods, such as the Rockways, tend to have a lower percentage of people using the 30-day Metrocards. And the same for subway stations that attract a lot of tourists. Subway stations in areas with office buildings tell us about the people who work in that neighborhood rather than the people who live in that neighborhood.
However, the map gives us a hint that Asians have the highest future-time orientation because they are the heaviest users of the 30-day Metrocards. Asian areas like Flushing, Chinatown, and the south side of Sunset Park have very high 30-day Metrocard use. Whites come in second, of course. You can see this effect for example in the areas around Prospect Park. The good side of Prospect Park where the whites live (Park Slope) has higher 30-day Metrocard use than the NAM side. In Upper Manhattan, the white neighborhood, Hudson Heights, has higher 30-day Metrocard use then the surrounding Hispanic neighborhoods.