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The following is a list of notable straw polls for the 2016 Republican Party's presidential nomination.

Conservative Political Action Conference[edit]

CPAC 2013[edit]

[1]

Candidates Percentage
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul 25%
Florida Senator Marco Rubio 23%
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum 8%
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie 7%
Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan 6%
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker 5%
Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson 4%
Texas Senator Ted Cruz 4%
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal 3%
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin 3%
Other 14%
Undecided 1%

CPAC 2014[edit]

[2]

Candidates Percentage
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul 31%
Texas Senator Ted Cruz 11%
Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson 9%
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie 8%
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker 7%
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum 7%
Florida Senator Marco Rubio 6%
Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan 3%
Texas Governor Rick Perry 3%
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal 2%
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice 2%
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee 2%
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin 2%

CPAC 2015[edit]

Candidates Percentage
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul 25.7%
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker 21.4%
Texas Senator Ted Cruz 11.5%
Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson 11.4%
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush 8.3%
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum 4.3%
Florida Senator Marco Rubio 3.7%
Businessman Donald Trump 3.5%
Businesswoman Carly Fiorina 3.0%
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie 2.8%
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry 1.1%
Undecided 1.0%
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal 0.9%
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin 0.8%
Other 0.7%
Former Ambassador John Bolton 0.3%
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee 0.3%
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham 0.1%
Former New York Governor George Pataki 0.1%

CPAC 2016[edit]

[3]

Candidates Percentage
Texas Senator Ted Cruz 40%
Florida Senator Marco Rubio 30%
Businessman Donald Trump 15%
Ohio Governor John Kasich 8%
Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson 2%
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders 1%
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg 1%
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton .3%
Other 4%
Undecided 1%

Values Voter Summit[edit]

VVS 2013[edit]

[4]

Candidates Percentage
Texas Senator Ted Cruz 42%
Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson 13%
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum 13%
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul 6%
Florida Senator Marco Rubio 5%

VVS 2014[edit]

[5]

Candidates Percentage
Texas Senator Ted Cruz 25%
Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson 20%
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee 12%

VVS 2015[edit]

[6]

Candidates Percentage
Texas Senator Ted Cruz 42%
Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson 18%
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee 14%
Florida Senator Marco Rubio 13%
CEO Donald Trump 5%

Southern Republican Leadership Conference[edit]

SRLC 2014[edit]

Finish Candidate Percentage
1 Cruz, TedTed Cruz 30.33%
2 Carson, BenBen Carson 29.38%
3 Paul, RandRand Paul 10.43%
4 Huckabee, MikeMike Huckabee 5.06%
5 Perry, RickRick Perry 4.9%

SRLC 2015[edit]

The poll was held at the conference May 23, 2015, in Oklahoma City.[7]

Ben Carson – 25.4%
Scott Walker – 20.5%
Ted Cruz – 16.6%
Chris Christie 5.3%
Rick Perry – 5.0%
Jeb Bush – 4.9%
Rand Paul – 4.1%
Marco Rubio – 4.1%
Bobby Jindal – 4.1%
Carly Fiorina – 2.7%
Mike Huckabee – 2.7%
Rick Santorum – 1.9%
Donald Trump – 1.2%
Mark Everson – 0.8%
Lindsey Graham – 0.5%
John Kasich – 0.2%
Jim Gilmore - 0%

Western Conservative Summit[edit]

WCS 2014[edit]

[8]

Ben Carson – 22%
Ted Cruz – 13%
Sarah Palin - 12%

WCS 2015[edit]

[9]

Ben Carson – 224 / 26%
Carly Fiorina – 201 / 23%
Scott Walker – 192 / 22%
Ted Cruz - 100 / 11%
Rand Paul – 34 / 3.9%
Marco Rubio – 24 / 2.8%
Rick Perry – 20 / 2.3%
Rick Santorum – 16 / 1.8%
Donald Trump – 15 / 1.7%
Mike Huckabee – 13 / 1.5%
Bobby Jindal – 9 / 1%
Bill Armstrong – 6 / 0.7%
Jeb Bush – 4 / 0.5%
John Kasich – 4 / 0.5%
Chris Christie - 3 / 0.3%
Lindsey Graham – 3 / 0.3%
Mitt Romney - 3 / 0.3%
George Pataki - 0 / 0%

February 25, 2015 - Washington State Republican Party Straw Poll[edit]

[10]

Finish Potential candidate Percentage Votes
1 Carson, BenBen Carson 37% 823
2 Walker, ScottScott Walker 15% 333
3 Romney, MittMitt Romney 9% 200
4 Cruz, TedTed Cruz 7% 153
5 Paul, RandRand Paul 7% 149
N/A Others/Write-In 3% 65
6 Bush, JebJeb Bush 3% 60
7 Huckabee, MikeMike Huckabee 3% 59
8 Rubio, MarcoMarco Rubio 2% 45
9 Perry, RickRick Perry 2% 40
10 Gowdy, TreyTrey Gowdy 2% 36
11 Jindal, BobbyBobby Jindal 1% 32
12 West, AllenAllen West 1% 28
13 Paul, RonRon Paul 1% 25
14 Palin, SarahSarah Palin 1% 24
15 Kasich, JohnJohn Kasich 1% 21
16 Rice, CondoleezzaCondoleezza Rice 1% 21
17 Undecided 1% 21
18 Christie, ChrisChris Christie 1% 20
19 Ryan, PaulPaul Ryan 1% 19
20 Martinez, SusanaSusana Martinez 1% 13
21 Gingrich, NewtNewt Gingrich 1% 12
22 Santorum, RickRick Santorum <1% 11

February 25, 2015 - National Republican Trust Political Action Committee Straw Poll[edit]

[11]

Finish Potential candidate Percentage Votes
1 Carson, BenBen Carson 67% 10,620
2 Walker, ScottScott Walker 12% 1,935
3 Cruz, TedTed Cruz 10% 1,557
4 Romney, MittMitt Romney 4% 615
5 Rubio, MarcoMarco Rubio 3% 555
6 Paul, RandRand Paul 2% 325
7 Perry, RickRick Perry 1% 160
8 Huckabee, MikeMike Huckabee <1% 75
9 Ryan, PaulPaul Ryan <1% 50
10 Santorum, RickRick Santorum <1% 40
11 Bush, JebJeb Bush <1% 10
12 Jindal, BobbyBobby Jindal <1% 10
13 Pataki, GeorgeGeorge Pataki 0% 0
14 Christie, ChrisChris Christie 0% 0

March 14, 2015 - Georgia Association of Republican County Chairmen Straw Poll[edit]

The GA-ARCC straw poll was held in over 30 counties as part of Republican county conventions in Georgia:[12]

Finish Potential candidate Percentage Votes
1 Walker, ScottScott Walker 39% 536
2 Paul, RandRand Paul 14% 189
3 Carson, BenBen Carson 9% 127
4 Bush, JebJeb Bush 7% 98
5 Cruz, TedTed Cruz 6% 76
6 Huckabee, MikeMike Huckabee 5% 71
7 Rubio, MarcoMarco Rubio 4% 48
8 Romney, MittMitt Romney 2% 30
9 Perry, RickRick Perry 2% 29
10 Jindal, BobbyBobby Jindal 2% 21
11 Christie, ChrisChris Christie 1% 13
12 Kasich, JohnJohn Kasich 1% 11
Other/Undecided 8% 117

June 27, 2015 - Citizens United Straw Poll[edit]

[13]

Ben Carson – 18.0%
Scott Walker – 17.9%
Ted Cruz – 15.9%
Donald Trump - 13.1%
Marco Rubio - 5.5%
Rand Paul – 5.0%
Jeb Bush - 4.5%
Rick Perry - 4.0%
Mike Huckabee - 3.7%
Carly Fiorina – 2.6%
John Kasich - 2.0%
Rick Santorum – 1.0%
Bobby Jindal - .8%
Chris Christie – 0.7%
Lindsey Graham – 0.1%
George Pataki – 0%
Other - 1.0%
Undecided - 4.0%

July 20, 2015 - Washington, D.C. Republican Party Straw Poll[edit]

[14]

Finish Candidate Percentage
1 Carson, BenBen Carson 44%
2 Bush, JebJeb Bush 17%
3 Rubio, MarcoMarco Rubio 11%
4 Walker, ScottScott Walker 7%

September 20, 2015 - Michigan Republican Party Straw Poll[edit]

[15]

Finish Candidate Percentage
1 Paul, RandRand Paul 22%
2 Fiorina, CarlyCarly Fiorina 15%
3 Kasich, JohnJohn Kasich 13%
4 Cruz, TedTed Cruz 7%
5 Bush, JebJeb Bush 9%
6 Rubio, MarcoMarco Rubio 8%
7 Trump, DonaldDonald Trump 6%
8 Carson, BenBen Carson 5%
9 Walker, ScottScott Walker 2%

October 8-18, 2015 - Georgia National Fair "Peanut Poll" Straw Poll[edit]

[16]

Finish Candidate Votes Percentage
1 Carson, BenBen Carson 8,576 36.86%
2 Trump, DonaldDonald Trump 8,099 34.81%
3 Fiorina, CarlyCarly Fiorina 1,203 5.17%
4 Rubio, MarcoMarco Rubio 1,064 4.57%
5 Cruz, TedTed Cruz 778 3.34%
6 Bush, JebJeb Bush 629 2.70%
7 Huckabee, MikeMike Huckabee 597 2.57%
8 Paul, RandRand Paul 234 1.01%
9 Kasich, JohnJohn Kasich 132 0.57%
10 Christie, ChrisChris Christie 129 0.55%
11 Santorum, RickRick Santorum 98 0.42%
12 Graham, LindseyLindsey Graham 80 0.34%
13 Jindal, BobbyBobby Jindal 78 0.34%
14 Pataki, GeorgeGeorge Pataki 65 0.28%
15 Gilmore, JimJim Gilmore 42 0.18%
16 Undecided 1,464 6.29%

October 19, 2015 - North Carolina Tea Party Caucus[edit]

[17]

Finish Candidate Percentage
1 Cruz, TedTed Cruz 51%
2 Carson, BenBen Carson 42.05%
3 Fiorina, CarlyCarly Fiorina 0.77%

References[edit]

  1. ^ Blake, Aaron (2013-03-16). "Rand Paul wins CPAC straw poll". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2015-08-18. 
  2. ^ Bremmer, Ian (2014-03-10). "Rand Paul wins big in CPAC straw poll". Politico. Retrieved 2015-08-18. 
  3. ^ http://conservative.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/CPAC-Straw-Poll-3-5-16-Presentation-FOR-RELEASE.pdf
  4. ^ Cruz wins Values Voter Summit's 2016 straw poll
  5. ^ Cruz wins Values Voter Summit's straw poll
  6. ^ [1]
  7. ^ Southern Republican Leadership Conference straw poll results
  8. ^ Bunch, Joey. The Denver Post, July 20, 2014, "Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin top Western Conservative Summit straw poll for '16"
  9. ^ "Ben Carson Wins #WCS15 Straw Poll Second Year In a Row". Ccu.edu. 2015-06-28. Retrieved 2015-08-18. 
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  12. ^ "Walker wins overwhelmingly in statewide straw poll". 
  13. ^ "Timeline Photos - The 2016 Committee". Facebook. Retrieved 2015-08-18. 
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  15. ^ Bremmer, Ian (2015-09-20). "Rand Paul wins Michigan straw poll". Politico. Retrieved 2015-09-20. 
  16. ^ "Peanut Poll". 2015-10-19. Retrieved 2015-10-19. 
  17. ^ "Cruz wins NC statewide Tea Party caucus". The Hill. Retrieved October 19, 2015. 

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