Just days away from decision day, a survey by Mason-Dixon Polling Search shows President Bush is 7 points ahead of Senator John Kerry in the state.
The poll shows Bush has 50 percent of the support of Colorado's voters while Senator Kerry nabs 43 percent. Five percent are still undecided and there is a margin of error of 3.5 percent.
Other polls indicate the race is much closer which has both sides still campaigning heavily in the state. Vice President Dick Cheney is set to appear in Colorado Springs Monday.