Colorado Senate Race 2022 Polls: Michael Bennet to win Senate Race, Leads Joe O’Dea by 2% In New Poll
Colorado Senate Race 2022 Polls: The Colorado Senate Race is heading for a wire finish. In the latest poll, Bennet has just a 2% lead over Joe O’Dea.
Colorado Senate Polls (Average of last 3 Polls): Michael Bennet: 49.6%, Joe O’Dea: 41%
Latest Colorado Senate Polls: Michael Bennet: 48%, Joe O’Dea: 46%
Google Search Share (7 Days Average): Michael Bennet: 61%, Joe O’Dea: 39%
Social Media Sentiment: Michael Bennet: -28.8%, Joe O’Dea: -53.3%
Crowdwisdom360 Prediction: The latest poll number might have come as a shocker for Democrat Michael Bennet. But after considering not just poll numbers but also considering Social Media Sentiment, and Google Search volume, we predict the return of Michael Bennet as Senator from Colorado.
When is the Colorado Senate Race going to happen?
The Colorado General election will be held on November 8th, 2022 to elect the representative of Colorado State. The current incumbent Michael Bennet, a Democrat has held this seat since 2009 and is running for a third term after winning in both 2010 and 2016 with a plurality of the vote. The Primaries will be held on 28th June 2022.
The prognosticators are divided on how competitive this race really is: prognosticators like Cook Political Report rates the race as a “Solid Democrat” while Sabato’s Crystal Ball rates it “Likely Democrat”, and RCP rates it as “Lean Democrat”, ranging from Republicans having no chance of winning the election to having a decent chance but still being underdogs.
- GOP candidate Joe O’Dea says the border should be secured to deal with the Fentanyl problem.
- Borders should be closed and cities must be protected by immigrants.
- An increase in COPs is needed and it can also bring change in security issues.
Colorado Senate Race 2022 Polls: Latest Polls
|The Trafalgar Group||November 1st|
|The Emerson College||October 29th|
|The Co/efficient||October 25th|
Colorado Senate Race 2022 Polls: Google Trends
Colorado Senate Race 2022 Polls: Social Media Sentiments
|Joe O’ Dea||-55.7%|
Colorado Senate Race 2022 Polls: Latest Video
Colorado Senate Polls: Candidates in the Primaries
The Republican field is much more competitive than the Democratic side as Bennet is the outright favorite as he is the incumbent. Here are the candidates running in the primary:
A. Republican Candidates
- Ron Hanks, member of the Colorado House of Representatives for the 60th district
- Joe O’ Dea, Business Owner
- Michael Bennet, incumbent U.S. Senator
Colorado Senate Race 2022 Polls: Frequently Asked Questions
How many senate Districts are there in Colorado?
- The Colorado Senate is the upper house of its general assembly and the US state’s legislature. It has around 35 members elected from single-member districts and also has a 123,000 population as per the 2000 census.
What is Michael Bennet Known for?
- Michael Bennet is American Attorney, businessman, and Politician serving the US senate in Colorado from the year 2009. Bennet is a Democrat and was appointed to the seat of senator Ken Salazar and became the secretary of the interior.
Colorado Senate Race 2022 Polls: Racial Demographics of the Voting Age Population (VAP)
The data is from the 2020 census. It shows an increasingly diversifying state with a booming Hispanic population, mimicking other Western states that are rapidly gaining population. The Hispanic population in the state is extremely diverse.
The urban Latinos, especially in the north of the state around Denver are solidly Democratic. The ones in the south of the state are not solely south American immigrants but rather Spanish ethnics who have lived in the state for a longer time. Thus they are a swing group and the working-class ethnics have swung to the GOP party, especially in places like Pueblo.
Their swing has been masked by the large swings in the white college-educated population in Denver and its suburbs which has powered its staggering leftward shift from a swing state to a state Biden won by 13. Boulder, one of the most educated counties in the state exemplifies this, Biden won over 75% of the vote here.
Even the once Bastian of the GOP, Colorado Springs is swinging to the left. It used to be one of the most conservative urban areas in the country but GOP is starting to lose its iron grip on it. Touristy areas like winter resorts in Aspen have also swung left. This has made winning the state extremely hard – its nationwide approach of running large margins with non-college whites doesn’t work here, the state simply lacks enough of them for the party to be viable.