John Hickenlooper, Mike Coffman could see political fallout, pollster says
By Michael Roberts
“John Hickenlooper and Mike Coffman aren’t exactly ideological twins. But at the end of this big political week in the State of Colorado, they both face political fallout, albeit for very different reasons: a special session that failed to pass civil unions and comments questioning Barack Obama’s birth records, respectively. Will they be hurt by these events? Quite possibly, says Floyd Ciruli, Colorado's preeminent pollster.” (May 18, 2012)
Politics: Reading the Tea Leaves of Colorado Politics
By Robert Sanchez
“Floyd Ciruli has been polling in Colorado for nearly three decades. We asked him for his opinions on the state’s biggest topics.
Colorado pollster Floyd Ciruli is mindful of the state’s hot topics – and perhaps none is hotter than the presidential race. Ciruli – whose company, Ciruli Associates – has been polling and consulting for nearly three decades, talked to 5280 this week about a variety of Colorado-based political issues. (Some of the Ciruli’s comments have been condensed and edited for brevity.)” (May 30, 2012)
Denver Post – The Spot: U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman: Repeat after me