7-Eleven (GULP) Poll Survey on 2010 Elections Results!
“A sip of Gulp at 7-Eleven on a hot summer day quenches your thirst away.”
While I was sipping and looking outside the window of 7-Eleven. Presidential Candidates 2010 banners are scattered in every inch of walls and hanging, dangling on to the street lights.
I looked around the 7-eleven store, took a deep breath and said, “Thank God, no views of banners and election paraphernalia inside this store.” Then took another sip of Gulp and…”What the…this cup has it!”
7-Eleven in 2000, started a Presidential poll in the United States using their coffee cup, where customer choose a cup for George W. Bush or Al Gore and in 2004 for George W. Bush and John Kerry.
But, it didn’t stopped there. In 2008, another poll from 7-eleven was conducted for Barack Obama and John McCain and that closely matched the official election results.
Now, about 450 branches of 7-eleven in the Philippines recently conducted a Presidential survey based on the sale of their Gulp cups. A customer will choose on what cup he likes for his Gulp. Each cup has the color and the face of each Presidential Candidate.
The result was released and Noynoy Aquino made a 58% lead against the second, Gibo Teodoro.