Washington, Aug.8 (ANI): Americans still favour President Barack Obama over Republican contender Mitt Romney in Colorado, according to a new poll.
According to Public Policy Polling, the dial has hardly moved in Colorado since the last time the Democratic firm surveyed the state in mid-June.
Despite several visits from Obama and Romney since then, a barrage of ads and the state's recent mass shooting, Obama's lead remains essentially unchanged at 49 percent to Romney's 43 percent, Politico reports.
The cross-tabs show Romney continues to struggle with Hispanics: his favorability rating has deteriorated since June when it was 31 percent favorable and 55 percent unfavorable; now it rests at 28 percent favorable and 69 percent unfavorable.
Obama leads among Hispanics 58-29, Romney would have to win the bulk of the 13 percent undecided Hispanics to match McCain's 2008 performance in the exit polls.
Obama, meanwhile, continues to struggle with white voters: his approval rating is underwater at 43-53 and the race is a statistical tie among whites. (ANI)