Monday | October 28, 2002
Race still tight in Colorado
Sen. Allard (R) of Colorado continues to have trouble moving past that 40 percent mark. Two dueling polls on the race confirm Allard and Democrat Strickland are still statistically tied with an uncommonly large number of undecideds at this late stage of the game.
The Rocky Mountain News gives Strickland a 1-point lead, 40-39. The Denver Post gave Allard the lead, 41-38. Given that most undecideds generally break for the challenger 2-1, these results are more bad news for Allard (who has by far the worst numbers of any incumbent Senator this election cycle).Posted October 28, 2002 12:13 PM | Comments (9)