Anyway, there are a few observations I had that made uptown catcalling different than downtown. Firstly, the pool of men is a lot less diverse uptown. Above 14th street they tend to be straitlaced, suit-wearing, cell phone-swearing, espresso-swilling white collar d-bags. Which is fine, but they generally don't catcall. Today I got hit on by one businessman with a briefcase and one without. Also, question of the day: if you get hit on by a man with a cane, does it count as 1 person or .5 of a person? KIDDING. But really, I did get hit on by a man with a cane. Be jealous. So out of the five guys who deigned to hit on me while I was running, sweating and smoking my way to 74th and 5th, two ignored me, two asked for my number and one just stared at me up and down like by doing that somehow I would magically transport to his bed. Below we have the graph, in pie form, as suggested by a J&J commenter - hopefully it is easier to read than the bar graph.
I guess the conclusion is that it's much more difficult to get hit on uptown, because I'd be willing to bet there are more married men, more businessmen, and actually a smaller population in general since most of the stores were closed and it is primarily residential. So, if you want to get catcalled or nab a boyfriend, hang around below 14th street. Also, be a gay man.