Polls: Britt Has Significant Advantage over Brooks Headed into Next Week's Alabama Senate GOP Runoff

Polls: Britt Has Significant Advantage over Brooks Headed into Next Week's Alabama Senate GOP Runoff


According to two polls released on Thursday, former Business Council of Alabama president and CEO Katie Britt has a double-digit advantage over Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) with just five days to go until a Republican runoff election determines the GOP nominee for the November ballot.

An Emerson College Polling/The Hill poll conducted June 12-15 showed Britt with a double-digit lead over Brooks, 50% to 34%, with 17% of GOP voters undecided. When undecided voters were asked “who they are leaning toward and allocated,” the lead expanded to 18% — 59% for Britt and 41% for Brooks.

Forty-five percent of voters said the Trump endorsement, which came for Britt last week, made “no difference,” whereas 40% said they were more likely to vote for

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