During a debate that lasted more than two hours, there was a spread of about six minutes of talk time between the candidate who spoke the most and the one who spoke the least.
Coming in first was Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, with almost 16 minutes of air time. He was followed by his frequent sparring partner during the night, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio at 13:33 minutes. Frontrunner Donald Trump came in third with 13:25.
Trailing the pack was Ohio Gov. John Kasich in last place with 9 minutes, and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina with 9:32.
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