Sen. Mark Udall (D-Colo.) is locked in a statistical tie with Rep. Cory Gardner (R) in a new poll of the Colorado Senate race
The Quinnipiac University survey gives Udall 45 percent support to Gardner’s 44 percent support among registered Colorado voters, within the poll’s 2.7-point margin of error.
It’s the second poll in as many days that shows Udall facing a difficult reelection fight this fall. A survey conducted by a Republican-leaning pollster commissioned by the Chamber of Commerce out Wednesday showed Garnder leading Udall by two points, 44 to 42 percent.
In the Quinnipiac survey, Udall has a 17-point lead among female voters, while Gardner has a similar lead among men. The senator is looking to exploit that gender gap in the race and has made Gardner’s record on women’s issues, and particularly his support for measures that would give a fertilized human egg legal rights, a central focus of his attacks on the candidate.
Both candidates have strong support from their respective bases, but Gardner takes a slight lead with independents, 43 percent to Udall’s 41 percent.
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