Moore Still Leads by 8 in Alabama Senate Race

October 12, 2017

Republican Roy Moore continues to hold an 8 point lead over Democrat Doug Jones in the Alabama Senate special election race, according to a new poll by Cygnal, an Alabama-based firm. Moore leads 49% to 41%. The 8 point margin matches that of a poll released earlier this month.

The election is in two months, on Tuesday December 12th.

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