Washington, D.C. – Conservative Mo Brooks leads moderate Bradley Byrne by double digits in a head-to-head matchup according to new polling released today by the Club for Growth.
“The Club for Growth’s survey shows Alabama voters clearly remember Bradley Byrne’s egregious anti-Trump statement from October 2016,” stated Club for Growth Action President David McIntosh. “They recall Bradley Byrne said Trump was ‘not fit to be President of the United States and cannot defeat Hillary Clinton.’ Alabama voters trust that Mo Brooks is the conservative champion who will support President Trump’s America First agenda.”
The polling revealed:
- Mo Brooks leads Bradley Byrne by double digits in a potential head-to-head matchup
- In a head-to-head matchup, Brooks leads Byrne by 11 points with one-quarter of primary voters undecided.
- Brooks would be the clear conservative in a race against Byrne and would capture the most reliable primary voting groups.
- Mo Brooks would lead Bradley Byrne by 15 points among the 57 percent of primary voters who describe themselves as very conservative.
- Brooks would lead by 18 points among the two-in-five primary voters who think of themselves as “Trump Republicans.”
- Brooks would lead by 43 points among the one-in-ten who think of themselves as “Tea Party Reublicans.”
The survey was done for Club for Growth by WPA Intelligence. WPA Intelligence conducted a live poll of likely Republican primary voters in Alabama from March 10-12, 2019. The poll has a total sample size of 501 respondents and a margin of error of 4.4 percent. 37 percent of interviews were conducted via cell phone. The polling sample was selected from file of all Alabama registered voters with probability of selection in the sample proportional to each voter’s modeled likelihood of voting in the 2020 Republican primary. The sample was stratified by geography, gender, and age.