Workers prepare the Des Moines Social Club Theatre for the Des Moines Caucus 56th Precinct for tonight's Caucus. (Lucian Perkins /for The Washington Post)

A few hours ago, we asked you, our beloved readers, to try and predict the winners of tonight's caucuses in Iowa. Here's how you all though the races will shake out as of 4:30 p.m.

The Republicans

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First place

  1. Donald Trump, 63.7 percent (Average expected percent of the vote: 30.5)
  2. Ted Cruz, 31.6 percent
  3. Marco Rubio, 3.5 percent
  4. Rand Paul, 0.6 percent
  5. Jeb Bush, 0.4 percent
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Second place

  1. Ted Cruz, 56.2 percent (Average expected percent of the vote: 24.2)
  2. Donald Trump, 29.6 percent
  3. Marco Rubio, 12.6 percent
  4. Rand Paul, 0.6 percent
  5. John Kasich, 0.5 percent
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Third place

  1. Marco Rubio, 76.3 percent (Average expected percent of the vote: 17)
  2. Ted Cruz, 10.1 percent
  3. Donald Trump, 5.6 percent
  4. Ben Carson, 2.6 percent
  5. Rand Paul, 2.2 percent
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Fourth place

  1. Ben Carson, 53.8 percent (Average expected percent of the vote: 8.6)
  2. Rand Paul, 16.2 percent
  3. Jeb Bush, 14.2 percent
  4. Marco Rubio, 5.2 percent
  5. John Kasich, 4.3 percent

The Democrats

Clinton

First place

  1. Hillary Clinton, 62 percent (Average expected percent of the vote: 48.6)
  2. Bernie Sanders, 37.8 percent
  3. Martin O'Malley, 0.2 percent
Sanders

Second place

  1. Bernie Sanders, 61.9 percent (Average expected percent of the vote: 43.1)
  2. Hillary Clinton, 37.4 percent
  3. Martin O'Malley, 0.7 percent

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