SAN DIEGO – A strong 56 percent of San Diego County voters cast ballots for Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton, compared to only 39 percent for President-elect Donald Trump, according to numbers released by the Los Angeles Times Thursday.
The newspaper has put together an interactive map that allows Californians to find out exactly how their counties and neighborhoods voted Tuesday on all the statewide measures and the presidential race.
The report found that only 39 percent of San Diego voters voted for President Elect Donald Trump. 3.6. percent voted for Gary Johnson and 1.2 percent for Jill Stein.
Based on the map, the city of San Diego, which included neighborhoods such as North Park and La Jolla, skewed strongly for Clinton. So did East County neighborhoods such as La Mesa and El Cajon.
The South Bay, including National City and Chula Vista, were also strongly in Clinton’s camp.
The island of Coronado appeared fairly evenly split between the two candidates.
Northwest San Diego County cities like Oceanside and Solana Beach went Democrat.
Northeast San Diego County saw neighborhoods such as Rancho Santa Fe and Valley Center go Republican. Unsurprisingly, far east San Diego County, rural towns such as Lakeside, Campo and Julian, went Republican.
To see exactly how your neighborhood voted, click here.