ELECTION 2010-Exit poll for Political Crisps

Whilst the rest of the country has been counting the voting forms, Real Crisps have been tallying the figures of the result of which variety of “Political Crisps” were the most popular. Three varities were available:- Gordon Brown, Nick Clegg and David Cameron.

So here are the totally unscientific results from the searches and views on the three Flickr photos of said packets of crisps.

Political Crisps Exit Poll

So these results show that David Cameron came in third place with around 100 views, in second place was the Lib Dems and Nick Clegg with 122 views, whilst in the lead was Labour with Gordon Brown crisps and 152 views. I wonder whether these results will reflect on the actual voting! 😉

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