August 11, 2017
A new poll shows an increasingly wide gap in the primary race for Alabama’s Senate seat.
The survey from the Trafalgar Group shows former State Chief Justice Roy Moore has 35% support.
Luther Strange — who was appointed to fill the seat left by Attorney General Jeff Sessions earlier this year — has 23% of the vote.
He also has the support of President Trump but other Republican leaders are split on their support.
Congressman Mo Brooks rounds out the top three with 20%.
This is the largest lead in a poll for Moore, as previous data has shown just a single digit lead for him.