John McCain's pick of Sarah Palin as his running mate is not playing as well in Colorado as it is in some other battleground states. In Florida, Michigan, and North Carolina the average shows 10% more voters who say they are more likely to vote for McCain because of his choice than those who say they are less likely to vote for him.
It's more of a mixed bag in Colorado, with 41% saying they are more inclined to support McCain because Palin's on the ticket with 38% reporting that they are less likely to do so.
Among independents Palin is a net negative, with 42% saying they are not as likely to vote for McCain now compared to 40% who say they are more likely to. Barack Obama leads among independent voters by 11 points.
The running mate choices and conventions appear to have helped solidify each party's support for its nominee- McCain is now up 82 points with Republicans after it was 73 last month, and Obama now has a 79 point lead with Democrats after it was 74 previously. Palin appears to have done a little more to get Republican voters on the same page than Joe Biden did.
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