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Roy Moore: 37% of Alabama evangelical Christians 'more likely to vote for him' after sexual misconduct claims

03:45 EST 13 Nov 2017 | Yahoo News

Roy Moore: 37% of Alabama evangelical Christians 'more likely to vote for him' after sexual misconduct claimsMore than a third of evangelical Christians in Alabama have said they are more likely to vote for Roy Moore, the Republican candidate for Senate, after claims surfaced that he had sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl. Thirty-seven per cent of people who said they were evangelical Christians would be more likely to pick him over Democratic rival Doug Jones even after details of the allegations were published by The Washington Post, they told pollsters JMC. The claims, relating to events in the late 1970s and early 80s, made 28 per cent of evangelicals less likely to support Mr Moore, while 34 per cent said they made no difference.


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