Speaking for me, yes. I don't see a compelling reason to force a large segment of the population to live under governance that fundamentally does not represent them and is violating their rights. If they believe they can govern themselves better, why not? I am pretty sure this will be a significant task for them to gain the support to do this - it's not like a few guys getting pissed at a bar and rallying support for secession... and then realizing what they did during the hangover the next day. It will be a rare occurrence that you can get the support needed in a contiguous land area, to successfully secede and form your own state. And one of the possible outcomes of an attempt like this, is the leaders of Colorado get their heads out of their arses, and make some reasonable compromises to represent the state more effectively, respect the rights of the people, and avoid the secession altogether. I just don't see a great likelihood of us falling into a chaotic pattern of secessions / secession attempts.