Gun accessory manufacturer Magpul Industries announced it would leave Colorado if Gov. Hickenlooper signs the ban on magazines that hold more than 15 rounds.

The Denver Post is running a poll on the measure and Magpul has some criticisms.

More from Magpul’s Facebook page:

Hit this Denver Post poll “For” overturning HB1224. Not only did DP use some tricky wording in the question, but the “for” side magically lost 20% of ground between midnight and 6am…meaning either the anti-gunners are night owls, or someone is running a script to skew the results. Read and answer carefully. We hope the Gov isn’t using a newspaper poll to influence his decision, but just in case…

Here’s the Denver Post poll question:

Assuming state House Bill 1224, which limits gun magazines to 15 rounds, will become law, how would you vote on a 2014 ballot measure to overturn it?

It looks like Second Amendment defenders are answering Magpul’s call for help. As of 12:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, 56.85 percent of voters say they would vote to overturn the bill, 42.84 percent would uphold it and .303 percent are undecided. Over 60,000 votes have been tallied.