Which Brooklyn Neighborhoods Have the Lowest Voter Turnout?

Not that any Brooklyn neighborhood can claim much pride in voter turnout: the highest we could find in the last mayoral election in 2009, according to a map by census tract compiled by WNYC, were in the 40-50 percent range, and those were flukes. Good voter turnout was more like 30-35 percent in most areas, with poorer turnout just as common in many other parts of the borough. Here’s where turnout is lowest—and ideas maybe as to why.