Folks don’t for one second buy this BS poll that Fox News just put out about the race in Alabama. The most trusted site that I follow that had our President winning both Michigan and Pennsylvania a day before the actual election was PPD. They just released their final poll. Roy Moore will win by DOUBLE digits tomorrow. It would not shock me if the margin hits 20+ points. The turnout is going to be incredible! It will absolutely double the normal turnout for a special election which is anywhere from 14% to 16%. It would not shock me if it is closer to 40%.
Today’s Fox Poll in my mind was supposed to coincide with Megyn Kelly and CBS dragging out our President’s accusers. They wanted to paint the narrative that our President has become toxic to the Republican Party. Keep in mind that nothing is done accidentally. The problem for them is that the “Religion of Peace” decided to try and blow himself up on a NYC train. They didn’t calculate for it!
From the article linked above:
DEVELOPING: Republican Judge Roy Moore now leads Democrat Doug Jones by a significant margin in the final Alabama Senate poll by Emerson College. President Donald Trump endorsed the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Alabama, citing the Democrats liberal positions as a threat to his voters’ agenda items.
Judge Moore now leads Jones 53% to 44%, a 6 point bump from the previous Emerson College poll last week. Since their first general election poll conducted before the second round of primary voting, Judge Moore’s lead slipped from more than 20 points to 10 points, and again to 6 points on November 26. His lead was down to 3 points last week on December 3, but has now grown.
President Trump’s endorsement no doubt helped, as he is liked far more than either candidate in the deeply conservative state. The president holds a 55%/40% favorable/unfavorable rating juxtaposed to Judge Moore at 45%/45% and Mr. Jones at 43%/45%.
However, Judge Moore’s favorability also rebounded after Beverly Young Nelson, who made the most serious allegation against him, admitted to “annotating” key parts of the yearbook provided as evidence of their relationship. The Moore campaign had been pressing her attorney Gloria Allred to submit the yearbook to an independent analysis.
She repeatedly refused to do so.
Leigh Corfman, who claimed in the first report that Judge Moore attempted to molest her as a 14-year-old child, told a narrative and story that is directly contradicted by court records.
“This poll is now outside the margin of error. We’re 95% confident Moore will win on Election Day,” Emerson College Polling Director Spencer Kimball said. “We’re more confident that Moore will win by 15 points let’s say than Jones actually pulling off the upset.”
Professor Kimball specifically cited the movement toward Judge Moore in the Fifth District, which had been tipping to Mr. Jones. But it’s now more evenly split and trending from purple to red.