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Nevada Caucus 2012 Results MAP (REAL-TIME DATA)

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This is where you'll find the results for Nevada's 2012 Republican caucus.

Going into the presidential contest, Mitt Romney held a commanding lead, according to a survey from Public Policy Polling. The former Massachusetts governor was running with 50 percent support and comfortably ahead of rival contenders former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, U.S. Rep. Ron Paul and former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum.

HuffPost's Mark Blumenthal notes that polling in Nevada had been scarce leading up to Saturday's caucus.

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Romney took the Silver State in 2008 with 51.1 percent of the vote, and Paul came in second with 13.7 percent, according to The New York Times. Sen. John McCain, the eventual nominee, finished third with 12.7 percent of the votes cast in the contest.

Nevada has 28 delegates that are awarded proportionally.

The map below, featuring real-time data provided to HuffPost by the Associated Press, shows county-by-county results for this year's Nevada caucus.

To see the returns for a specific county, simply click that area of the map. You'll also be able to see how Romney and Paul fared in each county in 2008.

The map is updated every ten seconds, so there's no need to refresh for the page for the latest results.

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Delegate allocations are tentative and might be adjusted later. Credits: Jay Boice, Aaron Bycoffe, Daniel Lee and Christian Rocha.

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