Scott Rasmussen’s polling firm releases numbers showing Bradley Byrne (R) strong against Democrats Artur Davis (50%-33%) and Ron Sparks (43%-33%) in hypothetical matchups.
Rasmussen Reports finds Tim James (R) in front in a Davis matchup (49%-35%), but tighter with Sparks (38%-34%).
Those two Democrats lead Republican Roy Moore in the same survey. Davis wins the early hypothetical 44%-40% and Sparks leads 40%-35%.
Birmingham Southern College’s Natalie Davis says a Moore nomination would be favorable to Dems this year.
It is a challenge facing Republicans in the field because Moore’s base of support polls near the top in the June primary, but suggest weakness in November.
Natalie Davis also talks about a new BSC survey that shows likely voters backing e-bingo in a statewide vote.
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