Alabama Statewide

Conducted September 23-24, 2017
n=996 | ±3.10

Q1: How likely are you to vote in the Republican Primary special election for US Senate on Tuesday?
Total
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Total 996

Definitely voting 919
92.2%

Probably voting 64
6.4%

Not sure 14
1.4%

Q2: And who are you voting for in the Republican Primary special election runoff for US Senate, which of the following
candidates would you vote for?

Total
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Total 996

Moore 521
52.3%

Def Moore 484
48.6%

Prob Moore 37
3.7%

Strange 407
40.9%

Def Strange 367
36.8%

Prob Strange 40
4.0%

Unsure 68
6.8%
Alabama Statewide - September 23-24, 2017

Q3: President Donald Trump recently endorsed Luther Strange in the Republican Primary special election runoff for US Senate.
Does President Trump’s endorsement make you:
Total
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Total 996

Vote for Strange 309
31.0%

Much more likely to 221
vote for Luther 22.2%
Strange

Somewhat more 88
likely to vote for 8.9%
Luther Strange

Vote for Moore 294
29.5%

Much more likely to 249
vote for Roy Moore 25.0%

Somewhat more 45
likely to vote for 4.5%
Roy Moore

Has no effect 371
37.2%

Unsure 22
2.2%

Q4: Did Donald Trump’s endorsement of Luther Strange effect who you support compared to your original decision?
Total
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Total 996

Yes, I now support 204
Luther Strange 20.5%

Yes, I now support 178
Roy Moore 17.9%

No, President 570
Trump’s 57.2%
endorsement had
no effect on my
decision

Unsure 44
4.4%
Alabama Statewide - September 23-24, 2017

Q5: Has the advertising in this US Senate race impacted your decision at all?

Total
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Total 996

Yes 310
31.1%

No 595
59.7%

Unsure 91
9.2%

Q6: What age range do you fall within?
Total
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Total 996

18-39 44
4.4%

40-54 181
18.2%

55-69 379
38.0%

70 or more 392
39.4%

Q7: Gender
Total
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Total 996

Female 503
50.5%

Male 493
49.5%

Phone Type
Total
—————————————————————

Total 996

Landline 996
100.0%
Alabama Statewide - September 23-24, 2017

Voter Propensity

Total
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Total 996

High 567
56.9%

Medium 317
31.8%

Low 112
11.3%

Congressional District
Total
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Total 996

1 133
13.4%

2 161
16.2%

3 155
15.5%

4 160
16.0%

5 141
14.2%

6 168
16.9%

7 78
7.8%

Geo (Media market combos)

HSV: Huntsville
BHM: Birmingham, Columbus (MS), Atlanta
MGM: Montgomery, Meridian, Columbus (GA), Dothan
MOB: Mobile
Total
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Total 996

HSV 194
19.5%

BHM 416
41.8%

MGM 246
24.7%

MOB 139
14.0%
Alabama Statewide - September 23-24, 2017

Designated Market Area

Total
—————————————————————

Total 996

Atlanta, GA 14
1.4%

Birmingham et al, 398
AL 40.0%

Columbus et al, 43
GA-AL 4.4%

Columbus et al, 4
MS 0.4%

Dothan, AL 51
5.1%

Huntsville et al, AL 194
19.5%

Meridian, MS 5
0.5%

Mobile et al, AL-FL 139
14.0%

Montgomery- 147
Selma, AL 14.7%

Political Party
Total
—————————————————————

Total 996

Republican 974
97.8%

Democratic 15
1.5%

Independent 6
0.6%

Race
Total
—————————————————————

Total 996

White 938
94.2%

Black 7
0.7%

Hispanic 11
1.1%

Other 40
4.0%
Alabama Statewide - September 23-24, 2017

Estimated Income

Total
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Total 996

<$25k 104
10.4%

$25k-$49k 252
25.3%

$50k-$74k 303
30.4%

$75k-$100k 180
18.0%

>$100k 158
15.9%

Education
Total
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Total 996

Unknown/<HS 284
28.5%

HS 231
23.2%

Vocational 2
0.2%

Some college 120
12.0%

Bach degree 230
23.1%

Grad degree 129
13.0%

Marital Status
Total
—————————————————————

Total 996

Single / Unknown 398
40.0%

Married 570
57.2%

Non-Traditional 28
2.8%
Alabama Statewide - September 23-24, 2017

Homeownership

Total
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Total 996

Likely Homeowner 748
75.1%

Likely Renter 64
6.5%

Unknown 184
18.5%