Republican nominee, Judge Roy Moore, is running for the special election of Jeff Session’s former Senate seat in Alabama. He seems to have gained his former poll numbers back!
Prior to the big smear attempt by the Washington Post his poll numbers were ahead of the Dem, Jones. After WashPo published an article entitled Woman says Roy Moore initiated sexual encounter when she was 14, he was 32, two days later Moore was still ahead. Click here to read more about the poll that showed he was still doing well.
Four days later after the smear article, the polls had him down by 12 points. Roy slowly climbed up with only days before the December 12th election. And was then down by 8 points! As more facts came out and each of the accusers were being found out to have either been paid or falsifying information, Moore’s numbers began to climb.
After Gov Kay Ivey and President Trump delivered the same message to the Alabamians, great things began to happen! They both urged folks to realize the importance of that Senate seat staying Republican! As the opposite would mean Jones who is open boarders and pro-abortion. An aggregate polling company, Real Clear Politics, has stepped in and has announced the amazing news!
Great News From Real Clear Politics:
As of Nov 21st, Moore is almost back to his previous lead! He is down less than one percent after averaging 6 major polls! And Moore is ahead by 2 points in the latest local poll ending November 21st! Click here for the direct link to Real Clear Politics polling averages.
Jones Up .08%. See photo below.
Moore up 2% in local poll as of Nov 21st. See photo below.
Photo credit to RCP screen capture by Dagger News
Perhaps, it is because the people of Alabama come by a natural mistrust of the timing of all of this and D.C. tactics. The stories are being debunked one by one. Watch the video below to hear a little bit of what the people of Alabama are hearing too:
With weeks left in the race, do you believe the people of Alabama will vote Judge Roy Moore into Senate? Leave a comment below and let us know!
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