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Big League-Gravis Alabama poll: Jones takes 47% to 42% lead over Moore

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Democrat G. Douglas Jones has taken a five-point lead over Republican Roy S. Moore, 47 percent to 42 percent, as the two men vie for the Senate seat to be decided in the Dec. 12 special election, according to the lasted Big League-Gravis poll of 628 likely Alabama voters conducted Nov. 14 through Nov. 15.

“In the last week, the Alabama electorate has turned on Judge Roy Moore,” said Doug Kaplan, the managing partner of Gravis Marketing, the Florida-based company that executed the poll. The poll carries a 3.5 percent margin of error.

“Eleven percent of the participants said they were undecided, but of them, 17 percent said they lean Moore and 22 percent lean Jones,” he said.

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In the Nov. 10 Big League-Gravis poll, Moore held his lead over Jones: 48 percent for Moore and 46 percent for Jones.

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“There is a 7-point swing, but it’s more dramatic,” he said. “The amount of undecideds has basically doubled.”

More than anything else, this race was Moore to lose and he is losing it, he said.

“Can he win? Yes,” he said. “If the election were held today? He would lose decisively.”

Kaplan said Moore has not expanded his voter base.

“Moore has basically held his primary vote,” he said.

“That is not enough to win,” he said. “The people deciding the elections. The independents and Luther Strange voters, your suburban voter does not believe the Moore.”

Moore beat Sen. Luther J. Strange III in the Sept. 26 GOP Senate primary runoff.

Moore needs to hold on to not only his 262,204 votes he collected in the Sept. 26 runoff, but also at least  45 percent of Strange’s 218,066 votes in the runoff to overcome Jones’ 165,000 votes from his own primary victory.

Republican nominee Roy S. Moore campaign in a private home Nov. 16, 2017 for the Dec. 12, 2017 special Alabama Senate election. (Photo courtesy of Moore campaign Facebook page)

The Senate race was rocked when The Washington Post published four women, who said they had sexually-tinged encounters with Moore, when he was in his 30s and they were teenagers–one claimed to be 14-years-old, when the state’s age of consent was and remains 16-years-old.

In the poll, 95 percent of respondents said they were aware of the charges against Moore.

Thirty-nine percent of respondents said they believe Moore’s denials and 39 percent said they believe his accusers.

Kaplan said time is running out for the Moore campaign as the former state chief justice shift focus to his #DitchMitch effort, rather than present a compelling response to the accusations. Senate Majority Leader A. Mitchell McConnell (R.-Ky.) and his operatives, such as his former chief of staff Josh Holmes, have been part of the movement to derail Moore.

“He is basically in the fourth quarter trying to run out the clock,” Kaplan said. “The stratergy is not working. The voters want answers from him legitimate questions and he has not answered them that is what you are seeing in the poll results.”

The survey was conducted using interactive voice responses and an online panel of cell phones users. The results are weighted to match a proprietary voter turnout model.

Check out the poll’s questions and summary:
Questions and summary of the Nov. 14 to Nov. 15 Big League-Gravis Alabama poll GM_Release_AL_11172017

Check out the poll’s crosstabs:
Spreadsheet of the Nov. 14 to Nov. 15 Big League-Gravis Alabama poll

 

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Poll: 25 Percent of Americans Understand Bill Gates’ Digital Tattoo Vaccine Push

The public is awakening to Gates’ satanic agenda.

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A recent poll has indicated that 25 percent of all Americans and 44 percent of Republicans understand Bill Gates’ digital tattoo vaccine push.

The poll was conducted by YouGov and Yahoo News and surveyed 1,640 Americans from May 20-21. Overall, 28 percent of respondents understood Gates’ agenda while 32 percent of individuals were unsure about the validity of the claim.

The fake news media, such as the supposedly right-wing Daily Mail, is claiming that the public has bought into a baseless conspiracy theory due to these findings.

“Conspiracy theorists claim, falsely, that Gates is using the Covid-19 pandemic as a way to push a vaccine which includes a microchip capable of tracking people, and thus the world’s population,” they wrote. “Some conspiracy theorists even go as far to say that he plans to eradicate 15 percent of the world’s population with the hypothetical vaccine.”

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However, Gates has pushed the notion of digital certificates, which could be placed with ink under the skin, to allow authorities to enforce vaccine compliance.

Big League Politics has reported on the stunning admission that Gates made during a Reddit question-and-answer session:

Globalist oligarch Bill Gates gave a chilling reply to a question during a recent “Ask Me Anything” question-and-answer session on the social media provider Reddit.

“What changes are we going to have to make to how businesses operate to maintain our economy while providing social distancing?” a user asked Gates during the AMA session.

“The question of which businesses should keep going is tricky. Certainly food supply and the health system. We still need water, electricity and the internet. Supply chains for critical things need to be maintained. Countries are still figuring out what to keep running,” Gates responded.

It was the next part of his answer that alarmed individuals concerned with protecting medical freedom and privacy rights.

“Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it,” Gates said.

Reddit users were immediately thunderstruck with Gates’ ominous response and were scrambling for a clarification from the former Microsoft CEO that never came.

“Digital certificates? Are you saying each person individually will receive a document that says we were tested? Can that be used against us?” a Reddit user posted.

“No, he’s saying Microsoft and MIT developed “tatoo (sic) markers” that show whether you have recieved (sic) a vaccine or not. This will be coupled with Gate’s (sic) new invention, ID2020, which is a digital ID microchip implanted under the skin,” another Reddit user said to explain Gates’ motives.

Despite the best attempts of the establishment to censor the truth, a large percentage of people understand Gates’ agenda.

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