State Opinion Poll Series #8: Is your opinion of Colorado more positive or negative? In the comments section, list the first things that come to mind when you think about the Centennial State?
Beautiful, would live to live there if it wasn't so cold
Weed, mountains, snow. Overall, it's a quality state
Obviously very liberal, leading to my negative impression.
I think of its beauty, so positive.
A lot like Wyoming, only crowded, and farther south.
Negative - Beautiful state with fine hardworking resilient people over run and outnumbered by pot smoking liberal Californians.
Beautiful state! I think of strolling downtown Denver and one of the best steak dinners I ever had.
Denver mint: P
Rocky Mountains: P
Opinion of Colorado:
Went there to see my cousin graduate and smoked a bunch of legal weed.
Used to live there. Beautiful state, but California-like politics.
I thought of the Broncos.
Cons: Weed and libs.
Pros: really nice, lots of fun stuff to do, and the broncos are entertaining. Overall positive.
Cons: Hippies, Potheads, Bronco Fans
Pros: Rockies, Outdoor Recreation
36 inches of spring snow on Saturday and sitting at the dog park in shorts today! No better state!
My youngest daughter used to live in Leadville. I really liked it there. I brought my sewing machine with me and it has a plastic decal on it. It went from 0 feet above sea level to whatever Leadville is. It burst the bubble on the decal.
Positive. Sees candy outlets! What more can I say😊
I think of left-leaning libertarians, potheads, John Denver, Willie Nelson, ski resorts, Coors Light, and the Rocky Mountains. I also think of it as a swing-turned-solid blue state. The negatives outweigh the positives for me.
The only liberal state which I have a neutral to negative opinion.
So many mass shootings that happened there.
Denver International Airport murals.
The highly variable continental climate east of the Rockies.
Something just feels "off" about that state. Sorry.
What are the murals of?
Colorado is weirder than I thought
I think of the snow covered Rocky Mountains.