"You can make the argument that Republican voters who supported Trump are coming home to Roy Moore now", John Couvillon, a JMC pollster, told Politico. They're more likely to vote for him because he'll "cast conservative votes" (52 percent) and support the president's agenda (49 percent).
The margin of error is 4.5%.
The survey found that allegations against Moore of improper sexual behavior factored heavily in the candidate's declining numbers.
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. Moore has repeatedly denied that any of the incidents took place.
Real Clear Politics now has Moore up 2.5 points in its polling average, but the truth is that with most national polling outfits staying away, the unusual timing of the election, and the general shakiness of state surveys, nobody really knows what's going to happen next Tuesday. The allegations against Moore were first revealed by The Washington Post.
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The poll also finds 58% of all Alabama voters think abortion should be illegal.
Several women have come forward to accuse Mr. Moore of inappropriately touching or pursuing relationships with them when they were teenagers and he was an adult.
At the time, he joined a growing number of lawmakers who were calling for Moore to step aside in the race.
The Washington Post says only 35% of likely voters polled say they believe Moore made unwanted sexual advances on teen girls four decades ago.
The sample of 739 likely voters upon which the poll was based included 38 percent who self-identified as Republicans, 31 percent who identified as Democrats, and 27 percent who identified as independents. No new allegations of sexual misconduct have emerged since around November 15; just this week Moore returned to the campaign trail, after laying low for 11 days.