Moore has denied the allegations and said the story is part of a plot hatched with the Democrats.He has vowed to file a lawsuit against the newspaper.As the late George Wallace proved when he led resistance to school integration in the 1960s, Alabamians are deeply resistant to politicians and political influences from outside.

Another accuser came forward on Monday at a press conference, with Beverly Young Nelson alleging Moore sexually assaulted her when she was 16.

Moore denied the claim and called the allegations a “witch hunt” in a statement shortly before the press conference.

A full 58 per cent of people who took part in the JMC Analytics poll, identified themselves as “evangelical Christians”. Are we to assume Alabama’s evangelical Christians are any less disapproving of such actions, than anyone else? But deeply religious and conservative Alabama, is a unique political landscape.

Donald Trump easily defeated Hillary Clinton there in last year’s presidential election; indeed, the last Democratic presidential candidate to win the state was Jimmy Carter in 1976.

Donald Trump, who had thrown his support behind Moore’s opponent, has been wishy washy in his comments about the former judge.

But most mainstream Republicans have been clear - if the allegations are true, he should stand down.There was one thing above all others that Roy Moore’s fans mentioned when they talked about their support for him - namely, that in their eyes, he was doing God’s work.“We took a path away from God,” said Debbie Giles, as she waited in a large barn outside of Mobile, Alabama, for the former judge to speak.Look around yourself and see how many attractive people are out there.If you want to meet with someone from Latin America and have a date with hot single Latino man or woman, you can register at our dating site and make it happen.Such anecdotal insights are supported by a survey that found 29 per cent of Alabama voters said the allegations against Moore would make them “more likely” to vote for him.