DENVER (CBS4)- The economy remains a top issue for voters in Colorado when it comes to choosing a presidential candidate.
According to the latest CBS News/Quinnipiac poll, 48 percent of Colorado voters said Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney would do a better job while 47 percent would pick President Obama.
When it comes to health care, the second item on Colorado voters’ list, 49 percent believe Obama will do a better job while 45 percent give the nod to Romney.
When it comes to handling an international crisis, Colorado voters pick Obama; 50 percent claim he would handle it better, while 43 percent believe Romney would do a better job.
When pollsters asked Colorado voters if they felt the candidates cared about their needs and problems, 55 percent said they thought President Obama did while 45 percent said they thought Romney did.