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Roy Moore leads Luther Strange in FOX10 News poll

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Former Chief Justice Roy Moore leads Luther Strange in FOX10 News poll (Graphic: WALA) Former Chief Justice Roy Moore leads Luther Strange in FOX10 News poll (Graphic: WALA)
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If the Alabama GOP Senate runoff election were held today, former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore would defeat incumbent Senator Luther Strange, according to an exclusive, FOX10 News/Strategy Research statewide poll, conducted Wednesday.

The telephone survey of 2,000 Republicans, who have voted at least once in the last 4 elections and said they planned to vote next week, asked, “If the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate race were held today, for which of the following two candidates would you vote?”  54% said they would vote for Roy Moore, while 46% said Luther Strange.

The survey also indicated President Donald Trump's endorsement of Luther Strange would only sway 2 out of 10 Republicans, planning to cast votes in the runoff.

When asked, “President Donald Trump has endorsed Luther Strange and announced visits to Alabama to campaign for him.  Did the endorsement by the President make a difference in deciding for whom you would vote?”, 20% of those polled said the President's endorsement did make a difference, while 80% the president’s endorsement did not make a difference.

Of 10 recent, independent polls taken on the GOP Senate race, all 10 show Moore in the lead, according to Jonathan Gray of Strategy Research.

The FOX10 News/Strategy Research survey has a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percent.

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