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New Alabama Poll Shows Doug Jones Likely to Lose His Senate Seat in November

by Paul Goldberg

When Doug Jones voted to convict President Trump, he acknowledged it may cost him politically.

Now a new Alabama poll is proving him right on that fear.

Jones has the highest unfavorable rating of all candidates at 47%, with a massive -15% gap between favorable and unfavorable.

Tommy Tuberville holds a 8% lead over Jones.

The other likely Republican opponent for Jones, Jeff Sessions, holds an even larger 13% lead over Jones.

As if that was not bad enough for Jones, it’s clear President Trump is very popular in the state, trouncing all rivals by 14-27%.

The race for Republican nominee is very tight between Sessions and Tuberville.

Per AlabamaDailyNews, with less than three weeks to go until the primary election on March 3, a new Alabama Daily News poll shows a tight race among Republican contenders for the U.S. Senate.

According to the survey of likely Republican voters, if the election were held today, 31% would vote for former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, 29% would choose former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville and 17% would choose Congressman Bradley Byrne.

Five percent said they would choose former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, and no other candidate registered more than 1%. Sixteen percent of voters said they were undecided.

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