While many look to official government statistics and Gallup polls to see where their candidate stands in the 2012 US election race, others are turning to more irreverent ways, like a cup of coffee or a piece of gum, to get their voice heard.
Like any campaign, time is of the essence.
While many look to statisticians like Gallup or track the rolling poll results of respected media outlets, there are plenty who are either too busy or simply can’t be bothered to keep up with the latest standings.
So, some ingenious methods of getting voters more involved have come to fruition over the past few years.
And it’s lucky for Romney these unorthodox polling methods are not official – in most cases, Obama is commanding a healthy lead.
One such method is the ‘7-Election,’ created by convenience store chain 7-Eleven in 2000.
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