Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) received the most speaking time at Tuesday night's Fox Business/Wall Street Journal Republican debate, according to an analysis.
Washington Examiner reporter Jason Russell tweeted out the final numbers, showing Cruz snag the number one spot for the first time in the 2016 cycle.
#GOPDebate speaking time, FINAL: Cruz 12.9m Kasich 12m Trump 11.5m Fiorina 11m Rubio 10.5m Bush 10m Paul 9.9m Carson 9.2m— Jason Russell (@Jason Russell)1447215447.0
Ohio Gov. John Kasich came in with a close second, followed by real estate tycoon Donald Trump and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina.
The numbers are in: Who got the most airtime at the #GOPDebate? https://t.co/qW7ZRnHzYT https://t.co/DDpviBeWcv— Washington Examiner (@Washington Examiner)1447219226.0
Surprisingly, despite consistently placing in the top spots in national polls, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson had the least speaking time of any of the candidates.
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