On Wednesday, The Washington Examiner’s David Drucker revealed the results of a ballot preference survey for next year’s Alabama U.S. Senate Republican primary.
The poll, conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, showed U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) with a 30-point lead over his nearest competitor, former Business Council of Alabama head Katie Britt.
The poll of 600 likely voters was conducted August 24–September 2 and had Brooks at 41%, Britt at 11%, with Jessica Taylor at 7% and Lynda Blanchard at 3%.
According to Drucker, the survey revealed Britt had “room to grow.”
“A whopping 39% of respondents were undecided,” Drucker wrote. “And, among those backing Brooks, 18% said they would ‘probably’ vote for him, versus 23% whose vote was ‘definite.'”
Alabama Republicans will vote for their preference to represent the GOP on the November 2022 general election ballot on May 24, 2022.
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