A new poll says the majority of voters questioned plan to say yes to a proposal to change Colorado's Electoral College system.
But the poll also shows most respondents didn't express strong feelings about the plan. And nearly a fifth of those polled are undecided.
The poll of 500 registered voters was done for the Rocky Mountain News and K-C-N-C-T-V in Denver by Public Opinion Strategies.
The proposal on the November second ballot would award the state's nine Electoral College votes for president proportionally, based on the popular vote. If approved, it would apply to the results of this year's presidential election.
The poll shows 47 percent of respondents support the measure, 35 percent oppose it and 18 percent are undecided.
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