Crisp packets could pick general election winner

275x250.jpg It might not be quite as scientific as your average Ipsos Mori poll, but packets of crisps could identify the winner of the UK general election 2010.

To mark the run-up to the election on May 6th, crisp manufacturer Real Crisps are producing political packets in the party colours of red, blue and yellow.

The packs - which feature the faces Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg - will then be given away at shopping centres and train stations around the country.

It's hoped the numbers in which they are picked up will show which party leader is the most popular… and not just that Britain has an obesity problem.
275x250.jpg A spokesperson for Real Crisps said: "Politi-pack's displaying the faces of the three main political leaders will be available to the public from sampling bins encouraging passers-by to pick their leader.

"The three politi-crisp flavours sampled will all be the same sea salt flavour but REAL are wondering which leader will be the flavour of the day."

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