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44% of Colorado voters think schools are on the wrong track, poll reveals

Two years into the pandemic and amid intense political polarization, more Colorado voters think schools are on the wrong track, according to a new survey from polling firm Magellan Strategies.  In reviewing survey respondents’ conflicting reasons for pessimism, Magellan Strategies founder David Flaherty said intense rhetoric from conservatives seems to be driving those negative views among […]

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Andrew Romanoff is closing the gap after John Hickenlooper’s stumbles, poll indicates

John Hickenlooper’s cavalcade of blunders in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate is giving his rival Andrew Romanoff a fighting chance. Romanoff’s campaign released an internal poll Thursday showing him down ahead of the June 30 election, but significantly shortening the gap on Hickenlooper, the former two-term governor who barely managed to win support from […]

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Bernie Sanders boasts big lead in Colorado presidential primary as rivals struggle, new poll shows

Bernie Sanders is the clear favorite to win the Democratic presidential primary in Colorado, a new poll shows, holding a double-digit lead over his rivals who are struggling to prove their viability. The Vermont senator is the pick for 27% of the Democrats and unaffiliated voters who are likely to turnout on Super Tuesday, according […]

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Colorado’s highly coveted unaffiliated voters overwhelmingly support Trump-impeachment inquiry, new poll shows

A majority of Colorado voters — 54% —  support an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, including 61% of unaffiliateds, who represent the state’s most important voting bloc.  The question provides key insight to how voters might view the candidates in Colorado’s pivotal 2020 U.S. Senate race, where Republican incumbent Cory Gardner is calling the […]