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Poll: Moore Has Thin Lead Over Strange in Alabama

Poll: Moore Has Thin Lead Over Strange in Alabama
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By    |   Tuesday, 29 August 2017 02:34 PM

Former Alabama state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore is favored over Sen. Luther Strange, R-Ala., by 47-45 percent as the Sept. 26 Republican Senate primary nears in Alabama, according to a survey by Harper Polling.

Here are the highlights from the survey:

  • 50 percent say Strange is the most supportive of President Donald Trump, compared to 40 percent who see Moore.
  • 87 percent of likely Republican primary runoff voters view Trump favorably, compared to 10 percent who view him unfavorably.
  • Moore is viewed favorably by 72 percent of people who say they are very conservative, while Strange has a 59 percent favorability rating among those who are very conservative.
  • 8 percent of those polled say they are undecided in the Moore-Strange race.

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Former Alabama state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore is favored over Sen. Luther Strange, R-Ala., by 47-45 percent as the Sept. 26 Republican Senate primary nears in Alabama, according to a survey by Harper Polling.
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