By the end of the day Monday, the nation had a clear picture of where voters in Iowa leaned in terms of presidential candidates. Kind of.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz topped Donald Trump in the Republican caucus Monday. Among the Democrats, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were deadlocked, before Clinton edged Sanders out.
With the nation's attention on Iowa, we've asked ourselves the question: Do caucus results in this state actually predict how well a candidate will do in the race for the White House?
In light of the Iowa caucuses, and using information from the Des Moines Register and history.com, we've compiled a list showing which candidates won Iowa, and which candidates were actually nominated, from the 1980 elections until now.
Note: Democratic numbers measured according to delegation percentage, and Republican numbers reflect a raw vote and percentages.