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Obama, though, enjoys lead among independent voters at 50 percent to 42.

The close findings in the ARG poll mirror those of other surveys, which show a similarly tight race. A Purple Strategies poll found Obama up 1 at 47-46. An NBC/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll last week showed the two candidates knotted at 48 percent each. A poll from Democratic Public Policy Polling (PPP), however, showed the president with a strong 4-point lead at 51-47.

Colorado is one of 12 battlegrounds won by Obama in 2008 that will likely determine the outcome of this year’s race.

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The ARG poll was conducted from Oct. 25 to 28.