Trump Arizona Rally: 18% of Attendees Were Democrats – 26% Didn’t Vote in 2016
Last night President Donald Trump held a rally in Phoenix, Arizona to compete with the Las Vegas Democrat Debate – though ironically the debate was such a train-wreck he practically ended up the winner of it.
Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale has made a habit out of collecting data on the attendees at Trump’s rallies, and the numbers from those last night show President Trump continuing to attract a broad coalition of voters heading into the November election that none of his opponents will be able to match.
According to Parscale, the stats from Arizona are as follows:
- 67,516 tickets were sold
- 29,990 voters were identified (87% of whom were from Arizona)
- 26% didn’t vote in 2016
- 18% were Democrats
This is in line with data from other recent rallies in key swing states (and New Jersey):
- At President Trump’s rally in Ohio, nearly half of attendees were either Democrats or independents. Twenty-three percent identified as Democrats, while 20.9% identified as independents.
- At President Trump’s rally in Wisconsin, the majority of attendees (57.8%) were not Republicans.
- At President Trump’s rally in Wildwood, New Jersey, 26.3% of attendees were Democrats, and 10% didn’t vote in 2016.
- And at President Trump’s in New Hampshire, 25% of attendees were Democrats, and 17% didn’t vote in 2016.
Can you imagine anyone on the stage last night even attracting an audience that’s even 5% Republican? While the Democrats continue aliening most voters by trying to out-liberal one another, Trump is only pandering to the sane.