While Cain is still leading the Republican pack at 27 percent, his support has dipped steadily since Sharon Bialek went public with her claim.
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Among likely Republican voters surveyed Nov. 6, Cain led the field with 40%.
A day later, he was third with 22%. By last Wednesday, that support was down to just 19% .
“It does appear that the stories are certainly hurting him,” Republican pollster Ed Goeas of The Tarrance Group, who helped conduct the bipartisan poll, told POLITICO.