As we stated earlier, Voter Surveys & Consulting found a much tighter 45-41% support split, but again with Moore leading. Yesterday, Harper Polling (8/24-26; 800 AL likely GOP run-off voters) sees the race getting even closer. According to this latest study, the Moore lead is reduced to 47-45%. Considering we have such a wide variance between the two sets of polls, methodology is likely more responsible for the difference than a massive sway in respondent opinion. For now, it is safer to assume, however, that the closer data is more accurate, and that the race is evolving into a toss-up.