Poll: Colorado favors Clinton, but it's complicated

FORT COLLINS COLORADOAN - Likely voters in Colorado favor Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, according to a poll released Thursday morning by Colorado Mesa University and Rocky Mountain PBS.

Clinton leads Trump 44 percent to 35 percent. However, Clinton’s lead shrinks to just a 7-percentage point advantage when all four major candidates are included (41 percent to 34 percent). Gary Johnson, according to the poll, is receiving the votes of 1 in 3 independents.

In Colorado, 21 percent of voters are unaffiliated. In Larimer, the number is 39 percent.

The poll asked about nine statewide ballot issues appearing before Colorado voters.

Medical Aid in Dying received the strongest support, with 70 percent of registered voters indicating they favored or strongly favored the measure.

It was followed by minimum wage, which received support from 58 percent of registered voters.

Read more at the Coloradoan: http://noconow.co/2d05BB9

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