President Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney by 2 points in ultra competitive battleground of Colorado, according to a new poll released Friday.
The automated poll from Survey USA, conducted on behalf of the Denver Post, shows Obama earning the support of 47 percent of likely Colorado voters. Romney trails with 45 percent support.
The results of Friday's poll are a reverse from the previous SurveyUSA/Denver Post release in early-October, which showed Romney ahead by a point.
SurveyUSA conducted the latest poll Oct. 28-31 using automated interviews with 695 likely Colorado voters. It has a margin of error of 3.6 percentage points.
The PollTracker Average shows the president with a comparable 2-point edge in Colorado, where he has been trending up in recent weeks. Colorado is currently in the "leans Obama" category on the TPM Electoral Scoreboard.