DENVER -- Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are tied in Colorado, according to a new poll released just days away before the Nov. 8 General Election.
The poll from the University of Denver's Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research showed Clinton and Trump deadlocked at 39 percent in a four-way race.
When it came to either Clinton or Trump, pollsters found Clinton led Trump by only one point, 42 percent to 41 percent, respectively.
The survey of registered likely voters was conducted Saturday through Monday.
Floyd Ciruli, a veteran Colorado pollster who conducted the survey, told the Denver Post the numbers are “reflective of the fact that this environment has turned negative for Clinton" after the FBI inquiry regarding emails with possible ties to Clinton's email server while she served as secretary of state.
For those who already cast their ballot, Clinton has a comfortable lead over Trump, with 45 percent to Trump's 38 percent. The numbers seem to support current figures in early voting which show registered Democrats leading registered Republican by about 23,000 ballots.
However, the numbers switch when it comes to those who have not voted -- which gives Republicans hope that its voters will close the gap in the final days, the Denver Post reports.
-- Other poll findings --
In the race for U.S. Senate, Democratic candidate Michael Bennet has an 8-percent lead over Republican Darryl Glenn.
A question regarding the expansion of recreational marijuana sales in Colorado is viewed unfavorably with 53 percent saying "no" and 35 percent saying "yes."
Amendment 69, commonly known as ColoradoCare, has a 67 percent result for those voting against it versus a 25 percent voting for it. Eight percent remain undecided.
When it comes to minimum wage, the measure has 54 percent voting for it while 41 percent said they are voting against it. Six percent said they didn't know how they would vote.
To view the complete poll findings, click here.