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Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has won the Conservative Political Action Conference's presidential preference poll. He captured ...
31 percent of the vote, while Texas Sen. Ted Cruz finished second place with 11 percent. (March 8)
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SHOTLIST:ABC Pool - AP Clients OnlyWashington, DC - March 8, 20141. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tony Fabrizio, Republican Pollster"The numbers you have all been waiting for with baited breath. The one that gets the biggest howl out of the audience is - who won the CPAC poll for the presidential preference. And as you can see, for the second year in a row, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul won with 31%, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz came in second with 11%. Ben Carson came in third with 9%, Gov. Christie came in at 8%, Gov. Walker came in at 7%, former Sen. Santorum at 7%, and Sen. Marco Rubio at 6%. There were 25 people on the list, not everybody scored more than a percent, so a lot of them in the other, and we had a whole slew of write ins, and they ranged everywhere from Jeb Bush to, believe it or not, Calvin Coolidge is making a comeback. But not all of them scored beyond 1%, so we clumped them all together. Look forward to next year, with an even greater response next year."STORYLINE: Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has won the Conservative Political Action Conference's presidential preference poll.The overwhelming win is purely symbolic, but reflects the Republican senator's popularity among conservatives who typically hold outsized influence in the GOP's presidential selection process.Paul captured 31 percent of the vote. He won the poll last year as well.Texas Sen. Ted Cruz finished second place with 11 percent, followed by neurosurgeon Ben Carson, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.None of the Republicans in the poll have formally entered the 2016 race yet.The victory was announced Saturday evening as the annual conservative conference wrapped up. Thousands of activists flocked to suburban Washington for the three-day gathering.Nearly 2,500 hundred activists voted. They were younger and more male than the typical electorate.