Kentucky Senator Rand Paul won his second presidential straw poll victory Saturday at the Northeast Republican Leadership Conference in New Hampshire.
Paul edged out New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, garnering 14. 7% of the NRLC's votes. Christie took 12.9%. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker tied with former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum and Dr. Ben Carson for third place. The survey included responses from 223 conference attendees, 60 percent of whom are New Hampshire residents.
Paul won the Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll earlier this month, where he took 31% of the vote.
New Hampshire holds the first presidential primary in the United States.