DENVER (AP) — A new poll suggests Colorado voters strongly support the death penalty but are evenly split over whether Gov. John Hickenlooper deserves re-election.

The Quinnipiac University poll says more than two-thirds of Colorado voters think the death penalty should stay on the books.

Just 24 percent want it abolished.

Hickenlooper last month indefinitely suspended the death sentence of Nathan Dunlap, who killed four people at an Aurora pizza shop in 1993 and was scheduled to be executed in August.

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