Bad news Roy Moore fans. Polls show that most voters believe that he should excuse himself from the upcoming special election. Moore’s campaign has yet to react to the data.
According to the New York Post: “The Morning Consult/Politico survey said 16 percent (of voters) said Moore should continue his run, while 24 percent said they had no opinion. Broken down by party line, 72 percent of Democrats said he should pull out, while 50 percent of Republicans agree…”
Moore has built a strong following in Alabama, where he spent decades working as a judge, but it’s starting to look as though he would a need a miracle to win. He’s running against Democrat Doug Jones for the Alabama Senate seat abandoned by Jeff Sessions when he became Attorney General.
Multiple women claim that Moore sexually assaulted them when they were teenagers. His disgusting crimes have tarnished his reputation beyond his repair.
“Eight percent of Democrats say he should continue his run, along with 26 percent of Republicans… 60 percent of those surveyed said they found the women’s claims ‘very credible’ or ‘somewhat credible.’”
Moore needs to pull a rabbit out of his hat if he wants to win. His only hope is that Alabama voters put less faith in the women’s stories than the rest of public.
“Just 17 percent said they are “not too credible” or “not credible at all.” Another 23 percent said they didn’t know or didn’t have an opinion.”
The election will be held on Dec. 12.
(Source: New York Post)