Colo. ballot initiatives failing; 57% want Arizona law; economy top issue; voters split on tea party
Colorado ballot initiatives 60, 61, 62, 63 and 101 appear to be headed for crushing defeats, according to a Denver Post/ 9News polls conducted by Suvreys USA.
Likely voters favor an Arizona-type immigration law 57% to 40% with 3% not sure. They support marijuana legalization 46% to 43%. President Obama's unfavorables beat his favorables 49% to 43% with 82% of Democrats saying favorable and 87% of Republicans unfavorable. Top issues: jobs and economy 65%; Federal deficit 12%, immigration 9%, health care 5%, energy 3% and war in Afghanistan 3%.
These results show that more voters are inclined to vote Republican than Democrat, which should be good news for Tom Tancredo, Ken Buck, Ryan Frazier, Scott Tipton and Cory Gardner.
LINKS: Poll: Colorado voters coming out against tax-slashing measures, by Tim Hoover. Poll: Independents siding with GOP, by James Hohmann and Jim Vandhei.
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