President Barack Obama earns the support of half of likely Colorado voters and leads Mitt Romney by 4 points there, according to a new automated survey from Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling.
The poll shows Obama earning the support of 50 percent of Centennial State voters, while Romney trails with 46 percent. It's little change from PPP's Colroado survey last week, which showed the president crossing the 50 percent mark and leading Romney by 4 points.
PPP conducted the latest poll Oct. 31-Nov. 1 using automated interviews with 821 likely Colorado voters. It has a margin of error of 3.4 percentage points. The poll was commissioned by the League of Conservation Voters, a group that has endorsed Obama.
Obama has inched ahead of Romney by a little more than 2 points in Colorado, according to the PollTracker Average.