Hot Air Primary Survey: March Results

Before we get to the candidate primary, let’s start with the issue questions. The first issue question about Right to Work went about as expected:

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But it’s the results of the second and third issue questions — questions that were related — that I think are most intriguing.

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Most Hot Air  readers were unfamiliar with project labor agreements, or PLAs — and that’s not unusual —  but they rejected the concept at a higher level than they supported Right to Work. And that’s saying something. Right to Work is the big thing today, but state and local government neutrality statutes could be the next big thing.

Now, back to the main event. Your winner, and still champion, is… Scott Walker, again with the sweep.

Candidate Votes Percentage
Scott Walker 751 48%
Ted Cruz 437 28%
Marco Rubio 95 6%
Rand Paul 85 5%
Bobby Jindal 64 4%
Rick Perry 58 4%
Jeb Bush 16 1%
Ben Carson 12 1%
Carly Fiorina 11 1%
Mike Huckabee 9 1%
John Kasich 8 1%
Mike Pence 7 0%
Rick Santorum 5 0%
Chris Christie 4 0%

Second choices:

Candidate Votes Percentage
Scott Walker 423 27%
Ted Cruz 286 18%
Bobby Jindal 204 13%
Rick Perry 202 13%
Marco Rubio 174 11%
Rand Paul 76 5%
John Kasich 44 3%
Ben Carson 43 3%
Carly Fiorina 41 3%
Mike Pence 32 2%
Jeb Bush 13 1%
Rick Santorum 10 1%
Chris Christie 8 1%
Mike Huckabee 6 0%

And the consensus vote:

Candidate Votes Percentage
Scott Walker 1335 85%
Ted Cruz 1159 74%
Bobby Jindal 1095 70%
Rick Perry 980 63%
Marco Rubio 807 52%
Sarah Palin 614 39%
Rand Paul 564 36%
Carly Fiorina 545 35%
Condoleezza Rice 541 35%
Susana Martinez 531 34%
Mike Pence 467 30%
Ben Carson 436 28%
John Kasich 359 23%
Mitt Romney 356 23%
Newt Gingrich 259 17%
Rick Santorum 191 12%
Jeb Bush 162 10%
David Burge 157 10%
Chris Christie 144 9%
Mike Huckabee 122 8%
Other 96 6%
Donald Trump 69 4%
George Pataki 63 4%
Lindsey Graham 39 2%
Peter King 34 2%