According to the latest FiveThirtyEight analysis, Colorado is more steadily becoming a blue state. Clinton is projected to have an 81.9 percent chance of winning the state, leaving Trump at 18.1 and Gary Johnson at virtually nothing. The gap between the two candidates has been growing wider since September 26th, which was the first Presidential debate. The debate tomorrow, October 10th, will most likely cause this gap to continue to widen, but of course there is always the opportunity for Trump to turn things around.
In the first debate, Trump was perceived by many as being loud, rude and obnoxious. However, the Vice Presidential debate only a couple of days ago gave hope to the GOP due to Pence’s presidential attitude and demeanor. If Trump can somehow figure out how to piggy back off of this, perhaps he will be able to begin closing this gap and having a solid chance at winning the debate. With only 29 days left until the election, Trump does not have much time to gain all of the support that he can.