If you are familiar with neighborhoods in New York City, you’ll find this NYC Republican map fascinating.
The least Republican areas are the NAM areas which are all less than 10% Republican. The SWPL/gentrified areas of Williamsburg are less than 7% Republican.
In the middle of NAM Brookly there are few little spots of areas that are a bit more than 10% Republican. Those are Hasidic Jews. They probably vote Republican today to a greater extent than they are registered as Republican.
In Manhattan, the most Republican area is the traditional old-money area of the Upper East Side along Fifth Avenue. But this area is still less than 30% Republican, so I would hardly call it a bastion of Republicanism. This demonstrates how rich people in Finance and other New York City industries that make people rich enough to afford to live in the prestigious east Upper East Side are predominately Democrats.
The most Republican parts of the city are prole white areas, which are in Staten Island and Belt Parkway Brooklyn. This map demonstrates perfectly how rich whites and poor NAMs are Democrats, while Republicans are the working-class whites. It also shows the SWPL divide. Williamsburg-type SWPLS vote as Democratic as blacks, but Upper-East-Side-type SWPLs are slightly more conservative.
Strangely, I’ve never been to the far northeast part of Queens, so I am really not that sure about the neighborhood. I think it’s a good neighborhood, the most surburban-feeling part of New York City, less prole and more expensive than Staten Island, but also less Republican than Staten Island.
The most Republican Election District in New York City is Todt Hill in Staten Island, which is the most expensive neighborhood in Staten Island. Doctors who work in Staten Island and people who own successful businesses on Staten Island tend to live there. High-level mafia people also live there.
I advise you to ignore that purple district in the middle of Manhattan where Macy’s is located. There aren’t any residential buildings in those three blocks as far as I know, which is why there are only 8 registered voters who live there; so it’s just a statistical anomaly caused by lack of data.