Rally and Social Media Numbers Continue to Indicate an Imminent Trump Landslide
Guest post by Joe Hoft
As noted previously, when comparing numbers at campaign rallies and social media Donald Trump is crushing Hillary Clinton in the race for the Presidency.
Updated numbers continue to indicate an imminent Trump election landslide.
Through the months of August and September Trump crushed Clinton in rallies held and rally attendance.
To put these numbers in perspective, Trump has had nearly a third of a million more people at his rallies than Hillary and over 25 times the total attendees she has accumulated.
Trump turned away 12,000 people at one event last Tuesday night alone which was roughly the same amount of people that Hillary had at all her rallies since August 1st through that date!
This estimate is based on campaign events scheduled by the candidates. Total attendance is based on best estimates and considers over projections for Hillary rallies by almost all liberal media outlets and lowball estimates by these same affiliates for Trump numbers.
Rarely does the mainstream media comment on the number of participants at rallies most likely because these numbers are so shocking and devastating for the Hillary campaign.
These numbers also do not include fundraisers, debates or TV events. This is only our best estimate for attendance at these rallies. Note that the 12,000 people turned away at Trump’s rally in Florida last week and at other events are not included in these estimates but if they were the totals would be even more lopsided.
Social media data is nearly as lopsided as rally numbers in Trump’s favor.
Not only is Trump crushing Clinton in rally participation, Trump is also humiliating her in every imaginable social media numerical indicator.
- Trump has more than 4 million or nearly twice as many Facebook ‘likes’ at his sight as Hillary does on hers through October 1st.
- Trump has 2 million or a third more Twitter followers than Clinton and based on Twitter audited data, Trump has actually 40% more followers than Clinton on Twitter. And Trump’s followers are real people.
- Trump outpaces Clinton on Instagram by a quarter million or 10%.
- Finally, Trump is crushing Clinton on YouTube in both subscribers and views. 90 million have viewed Trump videos compared to only 25 million Clinton views.
If these numbers are any indication of the upcoming election results, Trump is headed for a landslide.