According to Parscale, the president drew a crowd of 53,985 people, 21.4% of attendees were Democrats, 12% of attendees say they haven’t voted in the past four elections, and 11% were Latino.
Incredible data from last night’s Dallas rally:
✅ 53,985 voters identified
✅ 12% have not voted in the last 4 elections
✅ 21.4% Democrat
✅ 11% Latino
We continue to outperform 2016.
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) October 18, 2019
Three years into his presidency and under intense scrutiny over his foreign policy, Trump can still fill arenas with cheering supporters.
The share of Democratic voters who attended Trump’s rally is also interesting as Gallup’s tracking poll has found that his approval rating among Democratic voters has been hovering around five percent nationally.
That number also comes at a time when 84% of registered Democrats say they support the impeachment of Trump.
While several polls have shown Trump’s support slipping among crucial voting blocks, this tweet may provide a key insight into who supports the president.