Source: Survey USA (url)
|Candidate||Political Party||Poll||Graph||Poll Details|
|Romney||Republican||46%||Poll Date: 2012-10-10|
|Obama||Democratic||45%||Number Polled: 614|
|Other||-||3%||Margin of Error: 4%|
|Undecided||-||5%||Voter Type: Likely|
Romney gains in Colorado
By: Reaganfan (R-OH) on 2012-10-12 @ 14:57:44
If the election for President were today, would you vote for ... (choices rotated) Republican Mitt Romney? Democrat Barack Obama? Libertarian Gary Johnson? Or one of the other candidates?
About this Poll
725 adults from the state of Colorado were interviewed by SurveyUSA Tuesday 10/09/12 and Wednesday 10/10/12. Of the adults, 661 were registered to vote. Of the registered voters, 614 were determined by SurveyUSA to be likely to vote in the 11/06/12 election. 70% of likely voters, reachable on a home telephone, were interviewed using recorded-voice telephone calls to landline phones. Sample was provided by SSI. The youngest-male method of respondent selection was used on calls to landlines. 30% of likely voters, unreachable on a home telephone, were shown an HTML questionnaire on their smart-phone or other electronic device. Sample provided by United Sample. Responses were minimally weighted to U.S. Census targets for gender, age, race and region. Where necessary, answer choices were rotated to prevent order bias, recency and latency effects. SurveyUSA assigns to each question within the instrument a theoretical margin of sampling error, and while such error is useful in theory, and is commonly cited in the presentation of research results, sampling error is only one of many types of error that may influence the outcome of an opinion research study. More practical concerns include the inability to contact some, the refusal of others to be interviewed and the inability of still others to speak the language. It is difficult to quantify non-sampling errors. Timing: All interviews for this survey were completed prior to the Vice Presidential debate on 10/11/12.
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