JUST IN: New Roy Moore Poll Results Are In & No One Saw This One Coming (DETAILS)

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With the allegations of sexual assault on minors made against Roy Moore, you would think that would mean people would stop supporting him for the empty Senate seat left by now Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Sadly, however, that’s not the case with a new poll showing his support has gone up. If you’re losing faith in humanity, we can’t blame you.

BIRMINGHAM, AL – NOVEMBER 16: Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore speaks during a news conference with supporters and faith leaders, November 16, 2017 in Birmingham, Alabama. Moore refused to answer questions regarding sexual harassment allegations and pursuing relationships with underage women. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

The JMC Analytics poll asked pollees if they would prefer to vote for the Democratic or Republican candidate. What they found was 49 percent would choose to vote for Moore while 46 percent would go for Doug Jones. In a previous poll, they found Jones was ahead of Moore by two points.

TALLADEGA, AL – NOVEMBER 20: Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Doug Jones meets with supporters and voters at a Mexican restaurant, November 20, 2017 in Talladega, Alabama. Jones has moved ahead in the polls of his Republican opponent Roy Moore, whose campaign has been rocked by multiple allegations of sexual misconduct. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

What does this show? It shows that despite nine women coming forward alleging that Moore sexually assaulted them when they were teenage girls with legitimate stories, the people of Alabama don’t really care.

When asked specifically what candidate they would vote for, they found Moore ahead of Jones by five points with 48 percent supporting Moore and 43 percent supporting Jones. That’s after a previous poll found 46 percent supported Jones and 42 percent supported Moore.

HENAGAR, AL – NOVEMBER 27: Judge Roy Moore supporters listen during a campaign rally on November 27, 2017 in Henagar, Alabama. Over 100 people turned out to the event packing the Henagar Event Center. (Photo by Joe Buglewicz/Getty Images)

When polling undecided voters, they found 49 percent of them would vote for Moore while only 44 percent would vote for Jones. Again, the previous poll found Jones ahead of Moore. However, Moore still has less support from women.

‘While he still trails by a similar 44-50% among women (leaners included), he has rebounded among men and leads 54-37%.’

MONTGOMERY, AL – NOVEMBER 17: Kayla Moore, wife of Roy Moore, speaks during a ‘Women For Moore’ rally in support of Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore, in front of the Alabama State Capitol, November 17, 2017 in Montgomery, Alabama. Moore told the crowd of supporters that her husband will not bow out of the Senate race. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

The poll found that 59 percent of those polled were evangelical Christians and 56 percent were female. Most of those polled were 65 years or older.

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In an analysis of the results, they wrote his support among evangelical Christians had increased.

‘Similarly, among self-identified evangelicals, the 57-34% support he had in the last poll is now 64-29%. The numbers barely changed among non-evangelicals, where his 22-73% poll deficit is now 23-72%.’

MONTGOMERY, AL – NOVEMBER 17: Patricia Riley Jones attends a ‘Women For Moore’ rally in support of Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore, in front of the Alabama State Capitol, November 17, 2017 in Montgomery, Alabama. Kayla Moore told the crowd of supporters that her husband will not bow out of the Senate race. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

What would Jesus think of this?

They summarized the poll’s findings and wrote:

‘In summary, Roy Moore has regained his lost lead. While the race is not a certainty for him, the solidification of existing partisan preferences benefits his campaign.’

Basically, Alabamians are blindly supporting Moore because he’s a Republican despite the horrible things he’s alleged to have committed. That correlates with the support of Trump. It doesn’t matter what Trump does. He’s Republican, and he’s going to make America great again!

It’s reasonable to predict Moore will win the special election as sickening as that is. The only hope is that Republican senators like Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) will begin and support expulsion proceedings.

Featured image by Drew Angerer/Getty Images.

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