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Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul won the 2016 presidential straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference, with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz coming in a distant second.

Paul took 31 percent of the vote in the poll, which was conducted from Thursday morning through Saturday afternoon and surveyed 2,459 people. Votes were cast in person at the conference and through the CPAC app.

Cruz came in second, with 11 percent of the vote, followed by Dr. Ben Carson, at nine percent. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie came in at eight percent; Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum tied at 7 percent. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio got six percent, and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan tied with Texas Gov. Rick Perry at three percent.