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Muffin Break’s Bean Poll correctly predicts results for sixth consecutive time

Over 850,000 customers took to the Bean Polls in the lead up to this year’s federal election.

Muffin Break said its unofficial election “Bean Poll” has accurately predicted the federal election results for the sixth consecutive time. 

The chain said over 850,000 customers took to the Bean Polls in the lead up to this year’s federal election, with the final results having locked in on Friday afternoon showing Labor in the top spot.

Since its launch in 2007, Muffin Break’s Bean Poll has predicted the election results with 100% accuracy. With Anthony Albanese becoming Australia’s 31st Prime Minister, the Muffin Break method once again made a successful forecast.

“Each election, it’s so interesting watching the votes roll in throughout the campaign. What started as a fun way to engage with our customers has now become a major Muffin Break tradition - that still surprises us with its accuracy each time!” said Natalie Brennan, the brand’s general manager.

Data provided by Muffin Break showed the Coalition having been in the lead right up until support for Labor shot up during the final day of voting.

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