Alabama Senate Polling Is All Over The Place Day Before Election

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Alex Pfeiffer White House Correspondent
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Alabama Senate polls released Monday show both Democrat Doug Jones and Alabama Roy Moore leading the race.

A Fox News poll found that Jones is ahead with 50 percent, and Moore is at 40 percent. The same poll, however, noted that 10 percent of voters are unsure. The poll of likely voters has a margin of error of three percent.

An Emerson College poll found that Moore is ahead with 53 percent and Jones is behind at 44 percent. This poll of likely voters has a margin of error of 3.9 percent.

Alabamians are headed to the polls on Tuesday.

Alabama, a solidly Republican state, doesn’t usually get national attention for its Senate races, however, the country’s political conversation has been centered around the Yellowhammer State for the past few weeks.

Moore has been accused of sexual assaulting and romantically pursuing women in their teens when Moore was in his thirties. The former judge denies all the accusations.

Due to the allegations, prominent Republicans such as Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby and Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner have dropped their support of Moore.

President Donald Trump, however, has stood by the embattled candidate.

“Get out and vote for Roy Moore,” Trump said at a Friday rally in Florida near the Alabama border.