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Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore fared incredibly well in a recent CBS/YouGov poll, suggesting that a majority of Alabama Republicans aren’t buying the allegations of sexual impropriety against him.
The poll of 1,067 registered voters, conducted from Nov. 28 to Dec. 1, found 71 percent of Republican voters in the state think the allegations against Moore are false and only 17 percent think the accusers are telling the truth.
Voters - Percent - Allegations - Moore - Percent
Among all likely voters, 21 percent believe the allegations against Moore are “definitely true,” and 24 percent think they are “probably true.”
The poll found that a whopping 92 percent of Republicans who don’t believe the allegations against Moore also believe Democrats are behind the allegations, and 88 percent believe the media are behind them.
Left - Credibility - Problem
It seems like the left’s credibility problem is only getting worse.
CBS reported that Moore has a 6-point lead over Democratic candidate Doug Jones — 49 percent to 43 percent among those likely to vote.
Margin - Error - Polls - Percent - Race
The margin of error in the polls is 3.8 percent, putting the race too close to call at this point.
Nevertheless, it seems that voters are not only rejecting Democratic talking points, but are also choosing to distance themselves from establishment...
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