The Post's report was based on interviews with 30 people.
Fifty-four percent of Alabama voters suggested that Moore should not resign given the current allegations from the Washington Post. Days later he took her home and removed their clothes, she said, touching her over her underwear and placing her hand on his underwear-clad genitals. Alabama's age of consent was and is 16. Other women between the ages of 17 and 18 said they had contact with Moore that involved multiple dates but never went beyond kissing.
The allegations against Moore - which he has denied - have prompted other Republicans to weigh in.
The election is December 12.
Alabama Republican Roy Moore is vehemently denying a Washington Post report alleging decades-old sexual misconduct with minors. But they add a "veneer of solemnity. that may allow a modern Christian like Mr Z (Ziegler) to gloss over what it means for a 12 or 14 year old girl to be viewed as and used as a sexual vessel".
On his Senate campaign website, Moore said he was suspended "for upholding the sanctity of marriage as between one man and one woman". In addition, Zeigler said that even if the allegation was true, it did not involve sexual intercourse.
The state Republican Party has the power to disqualify Moore from the election, according to the Alabama secretary of state.
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Some evangelical leaders sharply criticized Ziegler's response in comments to The Washington Post.
"I guess here's a question for you, if it came down in an election between a Republican who had been proven a child molester or a Democrat, would you vote for the Democrat?"
Others in Alabama came to Moore's defense. The numbers suggest odd wouldn't split the GOP vote as much as you might expect; some unusual voters appear to be taken away from Jones.
The poll also shows that most Alabamans don't think Moore should step down from the race; only 34.9 per cent say that he ought to do so.
The biggest Senate GOP super PAC, the Senate Leadership Fund, excoriated Moore Thursday, but it had already spent millions attacking the far-right former Supreme Court Justice to prop up unusual in the GOP primary. I believe this is Doug Jones, some of his doings, you know.
In the fundraising plea, Moore says "the Obama-Clinton Machine's liberal media lapdogs just launched the most vicious and nasty round of attacks against me I've EVER faced". "They've never been denominated as having rights by the US Supreme Court". He has condemned homosexuality and said he believes some United States communities are living under Islamic religious law.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission on Friday to end its agreement with Moore, which was set up in October, a day after The Post published a story in which a woman said Moore had initiated a sexual encounter with her in 1979, when she was 14 and he was 32.
"There's now a plausible path for Democrat Doug Jones to win the Alabama Senate race next month; a write-in campaign for defeated establishment candidate Luther Strange could throw a three-way race to the Democrat - and that would deprive the Republicans of a crucial Senate vote", Valliere wrote in a note to clients Monday.