Only 30 percent of Colorado voters think U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet deserves to be reelected, which means 70 percent are ready for a change.
Bennet’s approval ratings aren’t much better – 37 percent. That’s on par with President Obama’s most recent poll, which showed only 36 percent approved of his handling of the ISIS terrorist threat, and that was before the attack on Paris.
In Colorado, Obama’s approval rating was 39 percent.
Comparatively, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner had an approval rating of 45 percent.
Other findings of note, only 34 percent said they were very concerned about climate change, while 55 percent support allowing teachers to carry guns.
It’s too bad the poll didn’t ask about moving terrorist suspects from Gitmo to Colorado, or refugees from Syria, how many had lost their health insurance under Obamacare, or their jobs. We suspect it would have cast a light on why Bennet and Obama’s approval ratings are so dismal.