According to the Real Clear Politics average of polls, the candidates are tied in Colorado, with Romney taking 47.9 percent support over Obama at 47.7.
It’s one of a handful of remaining battleground states that remains a true toss-up and both campaigns are expected to make a push there with a little over two weeks until election day.
Romney will be in Colorado for an event on Tuesday night.
Obama will travel to the Denver area on Wednesday as part of a 48-hour around-the-clock campaign blitz in which he will also visit five other swing states.
The survey of 500 likely voters was conducted on Oct. 21 and has a 4.5-percentage-point margin of error.