A new poll released by JMC Analytics surveyed a group of voters between December 16-18. 14% of the voters were between the ages of 18 and 34, 29% were between 35 and 54, 21% were between 55 and 64, and 37% were 65 and older. 73% of the voters were white compared to 25% who were black. 54% were female and 46% were male. 56% professed to be evangelical Christians compared to 32% who answered no and 11% who were undecided.

According to this poll, former Auburn football coach, Tommy Tuberville poses the strongest challenge to Jones, beating him 47% to 40% with 13% being undecided. In second place, former Attorney General, Jeff Sessions beats Jones 46% to 41% with 13% being undecided. In third place, Congressman Bradley Byrne beats Jones 44% to 40% with 16% being undecided.

However, Jones does not trail all of his potential opponents. He beats his former 2017 opponent, Judge Roy Moore 47% to 33% with 20% being undecided. He also beats businessman, Arnold Mooney 40% to 34% with 25% being undecided.

The voters surveyed in the poll also largely supported President Trump and opposed impeachment. 54% said that President Trump deserved to be re-elected compared to 42% who did not and 3% who were undecided. 54% opposed the impeachment of President Trump, 39% supported his impeachment, and 7% were undecided.

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Dakota Layton

Dakota Layton is a Senior at UAH studying Philosophy and is also the President of the UAH College Democrats.