Electoral votes: 9

Colorado voted for Barack Obama in the past two elections but supported the Republican candidate in the three elections before that. And other than voting for Bill Clinton once in 1992, it voted for the Republican candidate since 1968. According to a Post-SurveyMonkey poll released this week, Hillary Clinton has a small two-point edge on Trump in the state, 46 percent to 44 percent. The four-way race is tied, 37 percent for each of the two major-party candidates, with another 16 percent for Johnson and 6 percent for Stein. Other recent polling has Clinton leading in the state.

In all, 83 percent of registered voters in Colorado are white, and 11 percent are Hispanic. Trump holds a six-point edge over Clinton among white voters in the state, while Clinton holds a sizable 41-point lead over Trump among Hispanics. That’s a smaller edge than Trump enjoys among white voters in many other states but about the same for Clinton among Hispanics.

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