Another round of battleground state polls calls for another Poll Hub "deep dive!" This time, the team's taking a trip to Colorado & Texas before coming home to New York with our brand new poll results from each. We're seeing lots of voter enthusiasm, some possible upsets, and plenty of close races.
First stop, colorful Colorado. It seems like both parties are revved up for the upcoming election, with big majorities of Dems and Republicans saying they will definitely vote. What does this mean for the incumbent Democratic governor and senator?
The Lone Star State is next, and Texans on both sides are surprisingly confident in elections to be "fair and accurate" in November. Will the o'reliable red state remain red, or could Beto O'Rourke find success this time around?
And finally, New York. In such a heavily Democratic state, incumbent Democratic Governor Kathy Hochul should be a shoe-in. After all, not many states give President Biden a high approval rating, but will campaigning on crime pay off for Republican Lee Zeldin?