Another day, another deadlock: CNN has Trump leading by one in Colorado

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Colorado is shaping up as one of the tightest states in the presidential race.

Yesterday, YouGov and CBS found that Hillary Clinton led Donald Trump by 1 percentage point.

Today, a CNN/ORC poll finds Trump in the lead, 42 percent to 41 percent. When you account for the margin of error, that means we’re looking at a neck-and-neck race.

In the newest poll, education is a big difference among the candidates’ supporters. White college graduates favor Clinton by 16 points here; whites without four-year degrees go for Trump by 22 points, according to CNN.

In Colorado, “that education gap is a bigger divide than gender or age, and is even larger than the racial gap in the state,” CNN reported.

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