Skip to comments.Last Quinnipiac poll puts Hickenlooper behind the eight-ball ("Toast")
Posted on 10/30/2014 12:28:02 PM PDT by Red Steel
If Quninnipiac polling matches turnout, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is toast. And a catastrophically bad performance among men is at cause.
Beauprez Pulls Ahead In Colorado Gov Race, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; Republican Up 21 Points Among Men
|Men are going Republican in a big way in the Colorado governors race, giving former U. S. Rep. Bob Beauprez, the Republican challenger a 45 40 percent likely voter lead over Gov. John Hickenlooper, the Democratic incumbent, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Libertarian candidate Matthew Hess has 4 percent, with 2 percent for Green Party candidate Harry Hempy. Another 9 percent are undecided.|
|This compares to an October 23 survey by the independent Quinnipiac University showing 45 percent for Gov. Hickenlooper and 44 percent for Beauprez.|
|With Hess out of the race, Beauprez leads 46 41 percent, with 3 percent for Hempy. With Hempy out, Beauprez leads 45 40 percent, with 5 percent for Hess.|
|Men back Beauprez 54 33 percent, compared to 49 41 percent last week. This overwhelms Hickenloopers 47 37 percent lead among women.|
|Independent voters are split 38 38 percent. Democrats go to the governor 87 3 percent, while Republicans back Beauprez 89 6 percent.|
|Five points down, six days to go. The numbers are tight and the ticking clock is the enemy. Is the wolf at the door for Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper? asked Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University poll.|
|The gender battle leans Republican Bob Beauprez way as a surge of support from men eclipses Gov. Hickenloopers once commanding lead with women.|
|Just six days before Election Day, 88 percent of Colorado likely voters who name a candidate say their mind is made up, while 12 percent say they might change their mind.|
|Colorado likely voters have a mixed opinion of Hickenlooper, giving him a split 46 46 percent favorability rating, compared to a positive 51 42 percent favorability rating last week.|
|Beauprez gets a 47 34 percent favorability, compared to 45 39 percent last week.|
|Hess and Hempy remain largely unknown as 89 percent of voters dont know enough about Hess to form an opinion and 87 percent dont know enough about Hempy.|
|From October 22- 27, Quinnipiac University surveyed 844 likely voters with a margin of error of +/- 3.4 percentage points. Live interviewers call land lines and cell phones.|
It does and much more. Goodbye Hickster.
Another anti-gun Democrat bites the dust!
Funny, you don’t hear much about a “gender gap” from the MSM when its the Dems losing men.
Yep, overreach comes back to bite them.
Polls don’t mean squat when all ballots are mail-in with a same day registration.
The Drats are about 100k behind in ballots returned and increasing. Good luck with that last day stuff.
While at the same time, the commie ‘RAT scoundrel running for governor in Arizona is promising Colorado style gun control for us if we elect him. What a clown!
How’s that gun control going for ya, CO Dems?
That’s the way it’s gotta happen.
As Savage’s book title says - stop the coming civil war.
The way to do it is to win bigger than they can steal,
then clean up the voting process so that they can’t steal it again in the future.
Otherwise, there’s only one box of liberty left.
Gotta happen here? Hard data says CO OBots are going down in 5 days.
Let’s hope so. The ballot box cannot be sealed up by the left because all that’s left is to throw down.
sic semper tyranis
Hopefully the poll indicates he will be swept out of office.
Check the Magic 8 Ball. Will Hickenlooper win?
Chickenpooper and Udall are going down!
Exactly. And this (biased way that the MSM depicts the "gender gap") is actually sexist against WOMEN. The MSM views women voters as some exotic "other," while male voters are the norm somehow. (In fact, though, didn't more women cast ballots than men in 2012?)
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