Earlier in the week we reported on the JMC Analytics and Polling survey that projected challenger Roy Moore, the former state Supreme Court Chief Justice, leading appointed Sen. Luther Strange in landslide proportions for the September 26th special Republican run-off election. The JMC results found Judge Moore leading, 51-32%. Three days later, Opinion Savvy (8/22; 494 AL GOP run-off likely voters via landline and mobile telephone interviews) tested the Republican electorate and found virtually the same result. The OS tally finds Moore’s advantage to be an almost identical 50-32%. And, they also see the critical Huntsville area, home to third place finisher Rep. Mo Brooks (R), breaking heavily toward Moore in the same manner as JMC detected.
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