The question on every political pundit's mind these days is what's going to happen in the Alabama Senate race. Will the people of Alabama elect a sexual harasser/abuser of teenage girls, or will they elect a Democrat to that seat. Alabama is a bright red state, and normally, the Republican candidate would be a shoo-in. And
Alabama's Republican governor showed her lack of moral character when she said she found Moore's accusers credible, but would still vote for him -- because it's important to her to to have a GOP senator (even one guilty of sexually harassing/abusing teenage girls). Will the Alabama voters make that same choice? They claim to be "values" voters and most are evangelical christians, but voting for Moore would make a mockery of those claimed "values".
Polls have shown they may opt for decency and morality over party ideology. That's what a new Fox News Poll -- done between November 13th and 15th of a random sample of 823 registered Alabama voters (649 likely voters), with a margin of error of 3 points -- is showing. It has Jones leading Moore by 9 points among registered voters and by 8 points among likely voters.
The election is not until December 12th, and things can change quickly in politics -- but right now things look encouraging for Democrats.
The poll showed another odd result (for Alabama). Note the third chart. Both Barack Obama and Doug Jones have a 52% favorable rating -- higher than any Republican. Trump and Sessions tie for second at 50% favorability.