The Florida Homecoming rally on Nov. 26, in Florida, marked another success for President Trump with the crowd of an estimated 20,000 and even more remarkably, with 24% being Democrats, 27 % Hispanic.

The packed stadium speaks volumes of the president’s grand support as indicated by a Twitter user.

“Not 1 Dem can draw a crowd like President @realDonaldTrump”

Trump 2020 Campaign Manager Brad Parscale revealed the data of the rally’s attendee composition on his tweet a day later:

In the 2016 presidential elections in Florida, President Trump won over Hillary Clinton with a plurality of 49.0% of the popular vote that included a 1.2% winning margin, according to The New York Times. 

Florida has always been a competitive state with 29 electoral votes. And it is noteworthy that Clinton gained more support from Hispanic voters. Thus, the newly revealed data shows the new trend of voters that would consolidate the potential win for the president in the 2020 race. 

It is understandable given the fact that the Trump administration has created 6.7 million new jobs, with around 600,000 jobs created in Florida since President Trump’s election. 

Twitter users from other regions cheered the information and excitedly invited the president to hold rallies in their hometown.