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Mike Coffman vs. Andrew Romanoff (CO-6)


2016 Matchups:
Hillary vs. GOP field
Biden vs. GOP field
Schweitzer vs. GOP field


Approve/Disapprove % of the RNC being held in Denver.


Republican Senate Candidates
Mark Aspiri

All four in primary and vs. Udall.

Republican Governor Candidates

All 5 vs. Hickenlooper and all 5 plus Jim Rundberg, Roni Bell Sylvester, Steve House, and Jason Clack in a primary.

Noveed Safipour

In addition to polling approval of marijuana legalization in Colorado, I'd be curious to see polling on its use.

*How many people have smoked or consumed marijuana since its legalization?
*Also, just for kicks, what percentage of these marijuana smokers enjoyed their experience(s)?

Also, please do ask about same-sex marriage.

Cody Smith

Please poll on support for same-sex marriage, as you usually do.

Also, please ask whether or not Coloradans were following the news re: Arizona's anti-gay bill. Ask whether or not they know what the bill would have done; whether or not they personally agree with it; and then whether or not they believe Gov. Brewer did the right thing in deciding to veto it.

Thanks as always for your great work!


You should ask a question around where they want the tax money on recreation marijuana to be spent. Like scholarships, income tax refunds, schools, etc.

Alexander Brown

2014 Secretary of State Election
-Democrat: Joe Neguse
-Republican: Wayne Williams

2014 Attorney General Election
-Democrat: Don Quick
-Republicans: Mark Waller and/or Cynthia Coffman

2014 Treasurer General election
-Republican: Walker Stapleton (inc.)
-Democrats: Betsy Markey and/or Patrick Quinn


Matt Yglesias touched on the subject of how legal marijuana will impact sales of other items, like beer and snacks. I'd be curious if you could find a way to word a question that ascertains whether people have made any drastic changes in their consumption patterns due to the new law.

Ethan Shields

Does Garder's recent entrance into the race affect voters perceptions of him? Buck? Colorado compromise? Are they more or less likely to support Owen Hill, other primary candidates, or Mr. Udall as a result?

Since approx. 9 months have passed since the gun control laws have passed, and its effects on various recall elections, what's the approval/disapproval of those laws? - Ideally asking them separately. For Example: Approval/Disapproval for magazine restriction to 15 rounds? Approval/Disapproval of requiring background checks?


A proposed state constitutional amendment will allow cities and counties to enact laws to protect residents' "health, safety, and welfare," even if they conflict with state law. Here is the link:


Would you vote to approve this amendment to the state Constitution?

Alexander Brown

Colorado Senate Republicans
-Cory Gardner
-Owen Hill
-Randy Baumgartner

Colorado Gubernatorial Republicans
-Tom Tancredo
-Bob Beauprez
-Greg Brophy
-Mike Kopp
-Scott Gessler
-Jim Rundberg
-Steve House

Colorado Secretary of State Election
-Democrats: Joe Neguse
-Republicans: Wayne Williams

Colorado Attorney General
-Democrats: Don Quick
-Republicans: Cynthia Coffman and/or Mark Waller

Colorado Treasurer
-Republicans: Walker Stapleton (i)
-Democrats: Betsy Markey and/or Patrick Quinn

active citizen

Definitely poll same sex marriage for the 2014 midterms!

SC Guy

Please poll same-sex marriage and of course the Senate and governor race!


I want to join the others who request that you poll on gay marriage.

However, please poll it in a way that is useful to Coloradans. Colorado likely will vote in 2016 on a ballot initiative to repeal the 2006 ban on gay marriage and to allow gay couples to marry. Please poll *specifically* on repealing the 2006 ban and allowing gay couples to marry. If you also wish to do your standard question about support/opposition to SSM generally, that's great, but it is more important to get a question that is more Colorado-specific.


2016 please :)
Also same sex marriage and minimum wage.

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