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Nov 5 2012

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In the latest Chia Poll results, issued 11/5/12, reflecting the sales of Chia Obama vs. Chia Romney (from 9/17/12-11/3/12), the sales percentages have not changed much since the results issued last week:

As of 11/3/12, the percentages are: Chia Obama sales: 62.9% vs. Chia Romney sales: 36.3%
As of 10/23/12, the results were: Chia Obama sales: 62.1% vs. Chia Romney sales: 37.1%
As of 10/15/12, the results were: Chia Obama sales: 62.9% vs. Chia Romney sales: 36.4%
As of 10/8/12, the results were: Chia Obama sales: 63% vs. Chia Romney sales: 36.5%
As of 10/1/12, the results were: Chia Obama sales: 69.6% vs. Chia Romney sales: 29.5%

(Photo:  http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20121002/MM84371-a)

These results reflect sales figures from 9/17/12-11/3/12 reported to Joseph Enterprises from stores and online retailers according to Joe Pedott, President of Joseph Enterprises.

The start date for the Chia Poll figures was September 17, 2012 since that was the start of the first airing of Joseph Enterprises' TV commercial featuring both Chia Romney and Chia Obama. People can see the commercial online at www.Americanchia.com.

"The moment of truth is tomorrow! Who knows: perhaps the Chia poll told us all along who the next president will be? Or maybe we are in for a surprise growth for the Republican candidate - Chia style?" asks Pedott.

For the record: Part of the Chia 'Freedom of Choice' series are Chia Newt Gingrich and Chia Ron Paul - both showing each 0.4% of total sales.

To find out more about Chia Romney and Chia Obama contact Peter Georgii at Joseph Enterprises, Inc. in San Francisco by email at pgeorgii@jeiusa.com

SOURCE Chia



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