Well, it depends. Survey Monkey is reporting several different outcomes.
Of course, Survey Monkey is an online polling company, and we are not sure just how scientific the Survey Monkey polling proves to be. With that said, here are the different scenarios, in charts, reported by Survey Monkey on the Jones vs. Moore race. Remember, election day is December 12.
The issue is not polling, but who votes and in how many numbers.
If, for example, Republicans united on Trump vote heavily, out voting Alabama Democrats likely to vote, then Moore wins.
However, there is a fly in the Moore ointment when it comes to Alabama Democrats likely to vote and Republicans rating Moore negatively. The fly in the ointment surrounds the Republicans rating Moore negatively and how many in this group turn out to the polls. If the Republicans rating Moore negatively vote heavily, Alabama may make history. However, under this scenario, Democrats likely to vote will need more than a light turnout for Jones to win. Click here to read more about the Survey Monkey poll.