A poll shows that Coloradoans are closely divided over Referenda C and D. If they were to pass C and D would allow the state to keep more tax money over the next five years and they would free up $3.7(B)billion for the state to spend on roads, schools, pensions, and other projects.
The poll commissioned by the Denver Post shows that if the vote was taken today 44 percent of voters say they would vote against it and 47 percent say they would vote yes for the change. Nine percent are undecided. The margin of error is four percent.
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