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Fox News EXPOSED For Fake News Poll Designed To Push Democrat Doug Jones In Alabama

GOP candidate Roy Moore has been leading the Alabama Senate race comfortably in most polls. But the latest Fox News poll shows Jones in a landslide?

Breitbart News has exposed Fox News for using a flawed, agenda-driven methodology in their latest poll of the race for Senate in Alabama. 

The poll may have been designed to give Democrats a little hope headed into today’s election. Alabama voters have been going to the polls since this morning. 

Read More: CNN Face-Plants Again With Fake Trump-Wikileaks Report! 

At any rate, the 2 firms hired by Fox to conduct the poll sampled only +2 percent Republicans, when the real Republican-lean in the state is +15! 

More from Breitbart:

Fox News put its credibility on the line when it released a new poll on Monday that shows liberal Democrat Doug Jones leads conservative Republican Roy Moore by 10 points, 50 percent to 40 percent, in tomorrow’s special election for the U.S. Senate in Alabama.

The contrast between the results reported by Fox News and every other recent major poll could not be sharper.

Earlier on Monday, an Emerson Poll was released that shows Moore up by nine points, 53 percent to 44 percent.

The five other most recent polls featured in the Real Clear Politics Average of Polls all show Moore in the lead.

The Fox News Poll released on Monday “was under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R),” and included a respondent sample of likely voters that included 44 percent Republicans, 42 percent Democrats, and 14 percent independents (Republican +2) (see political identification after question 7 here), which significantly oversamples Democrats.

One way to understand the actual voting behavior of Alabamians is to look at the results of the 2016 election in the state. President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton by a margin of 28 points, 63 percent to 35 percent.

That breaks down to a party affiliation of Republican +15, with Independents voting for President Trump by about a two to one margin. This is similar to the party affiliation breakdown seen in the samples of respondents in the five recent polls that show Moore in the lead.

Let’s see if Fox becomes the latest media giant to be embarrassed by an election result!



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