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Polling Data Does Not Look Good for Roy Moore Ahead of Alabama Senate Race

Katz: "There's been a change in story from Roy Moore."

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The latest polling data for Republican candidate for Senate Roy Moore is not looking good ahead of tomorrow's election in Alabama. 

Democrat candidate Doug Jones has a 10 point lead over Moore according to a Fox News

From Fox News:

"Greater party loyalty plus higher interest in the election among Democrats combined with more enthusiasm among Jones supporters gives him the advantage in the race to fill the U.S. Senate seat previously held by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

That’s according to a Fox News Poll of Alabama voters conducted Thursday through Sunday using traditional polling techniques, including a list-based probability sample with both landlines and cellphones."

WIBC host Tony Katz told listeners he still believes Moore will win the seat in spite of Moore's changing story with regard to dating underage women.


Roy Moore has made attempts to change his story from when he first spoke to Sean Hannity. Because when he spoke to Sean Hannity all those weeks ago, he at least got into the idea that he didn't date anyone without their mothers' permission. So maybe culturally he did date some younger women.

Now he's saying it never happened, he never met them, he wasn't there. There has been a little bit of a changing story when it comes to Roy Moore.

...I would still put my money on Roy Moore because when people look at the Democratic party, they say, 'I'm not going to let these people decide for me based on these charges and these allegations that aren't provable.'

Click the link below to hear Tony's full commentary: 

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