A wide-ranging poll conducted by an Alabama firm indicates Republican Roy Moore is still holding a strong lead in his Senate race.
At the same time, Democrat Doug Jones is polling well enough to show “signs of life” for the Democratic Party in a deeply Republican state, the poll’s memo said.
And Gov. Kay Ivey received indicators of strong support in her bid to be elected governor next year, receiving a more favorable rating from poll participants than President Trump.
Cygnal conducted the landline and cell phone survey Oct. 2-5, polling 497 Senate general election voters. The poll has a margin of error of 4.4 percent. It’s the first poll Cygnal said it had conducted since July in which at least 90 percent of participants said they were definitely voting in the Dec. 12 Senate election.
Moore holds an eight-point lead over Jones in the poll released exactly two months before the election. Moore