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Tuberville softens stance on jobless benefits after saying $600 boost is ‘way too much’

Posted on: August 5th, 2020

“… Maslin, with FM3 Research and who handled internal polling for the Jones campaign during the 2017 special election, said he believes the race is within single digits, and not a 10-to-17-point spread.

… He said that polling his firm conducted showed a dramatic shift in Alabama on the question of whether the country is “headed in the right or wrong direction.” According to figures compiled by FM3 from July 16-23, the Jones campaign showed that 28% of the public felt the country was heading in the “right direction,” while 61% felt it was trending along “the wrong track,” Maslin said. He said the biggest shifts came from Republican and Independent voters. …”

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By : Denny Han   |  Category : In The News