The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in Colorado shows the race for the state’s Electoral College Votes is still close between John McCain and Barack Obama. Obama leads McCain 46% to 43%. At the same time, McCain has a fourteen-point lead over Hillary Clinton in the Centennial State.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in Colorado shows McCain tied with Barack Obama at 46% while enjoying a 52% to 38% advantage over Hillary Clinton. Compared to polling from a month ago, McCain has gained ground on Obama while retaining a consistent lead over Clinton.
Colorado’s Electoral College votes have ended up in the Republican column for the past three Presidential election, but it has always been competitive. Four years ago, President George W. Bush won the state by less than five percentage points over Senator John Kerry.
Former Congressman Bob Schaffer (R) and Congressman Mark Udall (D)—vying for the open seat vacated by retiring Senator Wayne Allard, a Republican—are virtually tied when likely Colorado voters consider their state’s 2008 Senate election.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has a ten-point lead over New York Senator Hillary Clinton in race for Colorado’s nine Electoral Votes. It’s Giuliani 50%, Clinton 40%. Arizona Senator John McCain leads Clinton by just three points while the former First Lady is essentially even with former Tennessee Senator Fred Thompson and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. However, Clinton doesn’t attract more than 45% support against any of the GOP hopefuls.