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Exit Polls: 4 in 10 Voters Say Moore Allegations Are False

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By    |   Tuesday, 12 December 2017 07:13 PM

Early exit polls in the special Senate election in Alabama Tuesday showed that more than four in 10 voters believe the sexual-assault allegations against Republican Roy Moore are false, CBS News reports.

Most of Moore's voters do not believe the accusations are credible, while most of Democrat Doug Jones' supporters do.

In addition, 40 percent of the voters — mostly those supporting Jones — told CBS that the allegations were the most important factor in their vote.

Moore voters also told the network that they more motivated to back the former Alabama Supreme Court justice because they support President Donald Trump.

One Moore voter, Brenda McClusky, told CBS that she always believed he was a good man — and that she does not "pay attention" to much of the "talk" about him.

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Early exit polls in the special Senate election in Alabama Tuesday showed that more than four in 10 voters believe the sexual-assault allegations against Republican Roy Moore are false, CBS News reports.
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