But today, Fox News decided to put the matter to rest by releasing their own survey of Alabama.
The results are good news for the Moore campaign.
Moore leads Jones by 6 percentage points, 49 percent to 43 percent, in a poll of likely Alabama voters, first-reported by FOX 10 News.
8% of the likely voters in Alabama are undecided. Many said the allegations of sexual misdeeds make no difference in their decision.
More from Daily Caller:
A large number of Senate Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, have said they believe Moore’s accusers’ claims are true, and that Moore should resign from the race. House Speaker Paul Ryan also called for Moore to step aside Tuesday, and said the allegations are “credible.”
Moore continues to face multiple allegations of sexual misconduct with minors, and a fifth woman came forward Monday to accuse Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 16. Moore would have been in his early 30s serving as the district attorney of Etowah County, Ala. at the time.
Alabama law does not allow the Republican Party to replace the candidate on the ballot, should Moore step aside. Instead, a write-in campaign would have to occur.
The poll was conducted amongst 3,000 likely voters, with a margin of error of +/- 2 points.
What will happen if Senate Republicans try to override the will of the voters in Alabama?