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Polls Split on Who Is Winning US Senate Race in Alabama

Polls Split on Who Is Winning US Senate Race in Alabama

The Senate GOP's campaign arm and the Republican National Committee have ended their fundraising efforts on behalf of Moore's campaign, multiple Republican Senators have rescinded their endorsements, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) called for the embattled candidate to step aside.

The poll, conducted among 739 likely Alabama voters from November 27-30, has a 4.5-point margin of error.

The CBS News/YouGov poll concluded that despite those allegations, Moore appears to have the confidence of Republican voters in the highly conservative state.

Meanwhile, a CBS News/You Gov poll shows that 71 percent of Alabama Republicans believe the allegations against Moore are false, and almost all those believe that Democrats and the media concocted the allegations.

Trump has said Moore says the allegations are untrue, saying, "He denies it".

Among Republicans who say they don't believe the allegations, 92 percent say Democrats are behind the charges and 88 percent say the media are.

During an interview on ABC's "This Week", McConnell was asked whether he thinks Moore should be in the Senate. Moore has also said he first noticed his wife, who is 14 years his junior, when she was 15 years old.

The survey - published by CBS News over the weekend - shows Moore has a six point lead over Democrat Doug Jones ahead of the December 12th election.

Read the full Washington Post article.

Moore, who beat incumbent Sen. Since then more women have come forward to complain about Moore. Just 35 percent of likely voters said they believe Moore pursued relationships with teenage girls when he was in his 30s, while 37 percent said they are either unsure or do not have an opinion, and 28 percent said they do not believe the allegations, the poll found.

Fifty-three percent of Republican voters say they are concerned by the allegations, but say other aspects of the race are more important to them. Like Trump, Moore has not given any ground, instead attempting to poke holes in picayune details surrounding the accusations against him.