Londoners are among the keenest in the country to deny Donald Trump a state visit, a new map has revealed.
The diagram, which shows the areas with the most and least petition signatories, also reveals a stark divide between Inner London and Outer London.
Hackney North and Stoke Newington, which is represented in Parliament by Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott, has so far seen 10,832 residents sign the petition.
Areas of London also topping 10,000 include Bethnal Green and Bow as well as Hornsey and Wood Green.
Both Islington constituencies, plus Holborn and St Pancras, also had a high number of signatories.
The petition, which has had over 1.6 million signatures in total, was also popular in other cities like Bristol and Brighton.
But it was not as popular in some areas of Outer London.
In Uxbridge and South Ruislip, which is represented by Boris Johnson, there were only 2,378 signatories.
And in Jon Cruddas’ Dagenham and Rainham seat, the figure was even lower at 1,267.
You can see the interactive map, produced by Unboxed, here.