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Iowa Caucus 2016 Results Live Update: Donald Trump vs Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton vs Bernie Sanders

Iowa Caucus 2016 Results Live Update: Donald Trump vs Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton vs Bernie Sanders

Iowa Caucus 2016 Results Live Update: Donald Trump vs Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton vs Bernie Sanders

Updates:

8:46 p.m.: The first results are trickling in.

With 9% of Democratic precincts reporting, Clinton leads Sanders 53.3% to 46.0%.

Just 2% of Republican precincts reporting, Cruz has an early but razor-thin lead over Trump, 32.6% to 32%, with Rubio at a distant 14.3%.

8:11 p.m.: Time reports only 11% of respondents in a CBS News exit poll who chose a candidate “in the last few days” chose Trump.

This is a day that is going to play an important role in the long and protracted US presidential elections 2016. It is the first real test for both the Republican and Democratic presidential hopefuls.

Whoever wins the largest number of delegates here will get the much needed head-start. The ones’ losing here poorly will definitely be left behind and many of them will eventually be forced to withdraw from the fight. The Iowa Caucus is considered one of the most important in the race for President. Residents meet to determine the winning candidate for their party.

It must be kept in mind that Caucus night in Iowa is Monday, February 1, 2016 and the results will come out pretty fast, merely within 2-3 hours after the completion of the polling process.

Republican debate 2016Almost all the leading television channels including CNN and others will be providing live televised updates throughout the night. There are many other options for you to keep a tab on the latest development. You can keep yourself up to date about the caucus results on your computer, tablet, or mobile device.

Find links to apps and live stream info below, as well as a list of Twitter accounts worth following throughout the night.

CNN says that the polling will be held at 1,744 precincts across the state of Iowa at approximately 7 p.m. CT/ 8 p.m. ET.

Mobile Apps:

  • Download the Des Moines Register’s free Iowa Caucus app for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices for 2016 Iowa caucuses news coverage and analysis.
  • Download the free CNN app for iPhone and Android devices for the latest news about the caucuses.

Online

  • The Des Moines Register will be live streaming the caucuses right on their homepage – desmoinesregister.com
  • Follow Iowa’s Republican party for the latest results online at iagopcaucuses.com
  • Follow Iowa’s Democratic party online for information about their caucuses at iowademocrats.org.

Social Media:

  • Get the latest updates by following the official 2016 Iowa Caucus Twitter account @dmrcaucus.
  • Follow Iowa’s Republican party @IowaGOP

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