DENVER, Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In a survey conducted by the Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research at the University of Denver's Josef Korbel School of International Studies, the presidential race is Hillary Clinton 42 percent and Donald Trump 41 percent. In the four-way race, Clinton is 39 percent and Trump is 39 percent, with Gary Johnson at 5 percent and Jill Stein at 4 percent.
In the U.S. Senate race, Democrat Michael Bennet has 48 percent and Republican Darryl Glenn has 40 percent.
Questionnaire with topline data follows.
- Sponsored by: University of Denver and Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research
- Conducted by: Floyd Ciruli, Director of Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research
- Sample: Random sample of registered likely voters in State of Colorado
- Sample Size: 550 likely voters
- Conducted by telephone with live interviews, both landline and cellphone. Landline 47%, cellphone 52%.
- Margin of Error: Total sample: ±4.2 percentage points in 95 out of 100 cases
- Date in Field: October 29-31, 2016
The Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research is a center of learning focused on conducting and analyzing public opinion research. The Crossley Center trains students in public opinion methodology, in international public opinion subject matter, as well as in American public opinion related to foreign policy issues.
Since it was established in 2013, the center has instructed 90 graduate students, granted six fellowships, and presented papers on foreign policy and public opinion at numerous national and international public opinion conferences.
The Crossley Center is directed by Floyd Ciruli, who is recognized locally and nationally as a premier public opinion researcher and political analyst. The center is developing into a fully operational public opinion research center integrated into the Josef Korbel School of International Studies and the University of Denver.
The University of Denver: Founded in 1864, the University of Denver is committed to engaging with students in advancing scholarly inquiry, cultivating critical and creative thought, and generating knowledge. The University strives to educate the 21st-century citizens and leaders needed in its organizations and communities. For additional information, visit the University's Media Relations website, or follow the University on Facebook and Twitter.
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