Politico.com posts numbers from a poll done by Capital Survey Research, the polling arm of the Alabama Education Association.
The 900-likely voter survey shows Rep. Artur Davis leading all Republican candidates by between 6 and 12 points in general election match-ups.
Former Judge Roy Moore — the president of the Foundation for Moral Law a hero of the Christian right for his battle to install the Ten Commandments in his court — is the closest, down six, while State Treasurer Kay Ivey is the furthest behind, down twelve.
Davis leads his primary opponent, Ron Sparks, by 30 points in the poll, according to the source.
Gerald Johnson, Director of Capital Survey Research, briefed a meeting of Democratic Party County Chairs on this poll at last weekend’s DemExpo. Three attendees have acknowledged to the Political Parlor that Johnson said that the poll results showed Artur Davis led in head-to-head matchups against Democratic contender Ron Sparks and against each announced Republican candidate.