America’s Young Libertarian-Conservative Future

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Last week, we brought you coverage from the Conservative Political Action Conference and news that Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) won the annual straw poll for top Presidential contender by a landslide. Now, the results for the rest of the 2014 CPAC straw poll are in, providing that some of the other observations we made during our time were correct: The future of the American conservative movement is young, libertarian-leaning and motivated to force priority on the Nation’s domestic business before focusing on entangling international alliances.

CPAC officials report that the results below represent registered CPAC attendees from all 50 States and Washington, D.C.

Who Voted

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Age

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Gender

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Core Beliefs

Q. Which ONE of the following comes closest to your core beliefs and ideology?

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Job Approval

Q. Generally speaking, do you approve or disapprove of the job xxxxx is doing?

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Preferred method to fix Budget Deficit

Q. Which of the following methods of fixing the budget deficit would you favor MOST?

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U.S.A.’s Role in the World

Q. Which of the following statements comes CLOSEST to your view regarding the United States’ role in the world?

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NSA’s use of Data Collection

Q. Do you favor or oppose the National Security Agency’s (NSA) use of data collection such as phone-tapping and reading of emails to combat global terrorism?

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View of Marijuana

Q. Which of the following statements most closely reflects your view on the legalization of marijuana?

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GOP Presidential Nominee

Q. Thinking ahead to the 2016 Presidential election, who would you vote for as the next Republican nominee for President?

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