Outcast Media's Inaugural Election Pump Poll Declares Mitt Romney the Winner! For the First Time, Voting at the Gas Pump Claims its Rightful Place as a Leading Indicator for the Presidency
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Election Day has arrived and the gas pump voting has been tabulated. (Spoiler alert) Mitt Romney wins! According to the Outcast Media's Inaugural Election 2012 Pump Poll, Mitt Romney, the Republican candidate, has beaten Democrat incumbent Barack Obama, 51% to 49%.
Outcast, the largest and fastest growing television network at the pump, launched the Election 2012 Pump Poll in mid-October and in just three weeks has collected over 27,000 votes for the candidates.
Real Americans who drive have been heard! By scanning a QR code for the candidate of their choice while filling up at Outcast stations, drivers have declared Mitt Romney the winner of the 2012 presidential election!
You heard it here first! Now there's no need to watch hours of election night coverage, or concern yourself with the silliness of the Electoral College (which way will you swing, Ohio?), or worry about recounts (come on now, Florida!).
More About Pump Poll:
Outcast's unique polling platform is administered via 15,000 interactive fuel pump video screens, reaching 31 million monthly viewers. The Election 2012 Pump Poll features unique insights from sophisticated, multi-tasking consumers who are on-the-go and cannot be reached through traditional media. For more, please visit @PumpPoll on Twitter to see additional results and to interact with the Pump Poll team. The following graphic appears when voters are ready to cast their vote on the Outcast Media centers:
To see the Election 2012 Pump Poll numbers, please visit the voting result page.
About Outcast Media:
Outcast is the largest and fastest growing television network at the pump reaching 31 million monthly viewers at over 15,000 screens nationwide. With engaging content that is relevant to our viewers, Outcast meets the needs of a new generation of sophisticated, multi-tasking consumers who are on-the-go and cannot be reached through traditional media. Outcast Media is a privately held company headquartered in Santa Monica, California, with offices in New York City, Detroit and Chicago. For more information, please visit www.outcast.net.
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