Trump rally data shows a clear winning coalition in 2020

Nearly 22 percent of identified supporters at President Trump’s rally in Toledo, Ohio, were Democrats, and another 21 percent were independents. An astounding 15 percent of identified voters who saw the president speak in Battle Creek, Michigan, has not voted in any of the last four elections. In Hershey, Pennsylvania, just over 20 percent of identified voters at the rally were Democrats, and 18 percent were non-white.

The list of jaw-dropping rally statistics goes on. And on. And on.

These numbers are nothing short of remarkable, especially considering the polarized political environment that the “#Resist” movement has fostered over the past three years. Trump supporters have to brave hostility, and even outright violence, just for wearing MAGA gear in public. Yet, they turn out by the thousands for Keep America Great rallies because they’re so enthusiastic about this president’s record of promises kept.