2013 Federal Election - Coffee Bean Poll
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FEDERAL ELECTION 2013

 
More hotly anticipated than a freshly brewed flat white:

 
Miss Maud’s Coffee Bean Poll - a trusted taste tester since 1996 - puts beans back on to test voter appetites combined with tasty survey to identify what policies need spicing up ahead of Federal Election

 

Will Miss Maud's Coffee Bean Poll predict the election winner again?

Listen to what the Hon. Julie Bishop MP has to say about Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll

Miss Maud’s Coffee Bean Poll, perhaps Australia’s most credible opinion poll, has put the beans back on for the forthcoming Federal Election, the eleventh of her unique coffee bean polls since 1996, encouraging her customers to express their tastes and predict the flavor of the vote ahead of elections.
 
Also added for the election are ‘tasting surveys’ offering a menu of options so customers can express the views on the top 3 issues that concern them most, highlighting what they have an appetite for and offerings that need spicing up.
 
The Miss Maud Coffee Bean Polls have been a part of the unofficial political landscape for seventeen years with customers who visit any of Miss Maud’s fifteen coffee shops, restaurant or hotel in the city and metropolitan Perth able to make their choices known by dropping a coffee bean into one of the in store ‘polling booths’ throughout the city and metropolitan area.
 
And with 50,276 beans counted in the 2010 Federal Election and Miss Maud Coffee Bean Polls proving to be a surprisingly accurate predictor of community sentiment, it could be argued that results from this poll may be more hotly anticipated that a freshly brewed flat white.
 
Drawing on the tradition of coffee houses acting as a barometer for the political climate of the day, WA hospitality leader and President of the tasty ‘Morning Tea Party of WA’, Maud Edmiston, aka Miss Maud said that her coffee shops have long served as a place of discussion and debate where people can come together to discuss the issues of the day, with her loyal customers eager to have their voices heard via her unique poll ahead of elections. 
 
“Since the creation of the Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll in 1996 we have encouraged our customers to ‘have their say in a relaxed way’ with the message that every opinion matters and every bean counts.
 
“Ahead of elections we have encouraged customers think about the issues that will affect their lives and I have found that the potency of our customers’ beans and the veracity of our massive community conversation is so full of flavorful insights that even the political parties regularly visit our coffee houses to see what the poll can tell them,” said the iconic WA hospitality leader.
 
The first of the Miss Maud customer surveys for this Federal election has provided a smorgasbord of choices to encourage customers to express their views on what concerns them most.  It ranges from big picture questions about the nation’s borrowings and whether enough is being done to secure our future prosperity, to job security,  climate change, the asylum seeker situation and carbon tax.  Also on the menu is whether enough is being done to prepare Australia for an ageing population boom and if there is too much focus on the leaders’ personalities over planning to strengthen Australia.
 
Miss Maud, who shares the results of her tasting surveys with the chosen leaders post event, has for the first time offered each of the parties included in this Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll the opportunity to pose a question of their own to her thousands of customers.
 
The parties on the Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll are Greens, Labor, Liberal, Nationals, United Palmer, Other and of course, the Morning Tea Party of WA.
 
Regular tallies from the Miss Maud Coffee Bean poll and tasting survey results will be provided to the media with the final count revealed to media the Friday prior to the election.

Interest in the Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll for 2013 Federal Election

 
Hon John Howard and Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll 2013 
The Hon John Howard, former Prime Minister, interviewed at Miss Maud Midland

Hon John Howard and Miss Maud Staff for Coffee Bean Poll 2013

The Hon. John Howard, with Mr Ken Wyatt MP, and staff at Miss Maud Midland

Customers with Miss Maud for the Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll 2013
Miss Maud and customers having their say at Midland

Alannah MacTiernan and Miss Maud for the Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll 2013

Miss Maud with Alannah MacTiernan,
Labor Candidate for seat of Perth

Alannah MacTiernan and her Team - Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll 2013

Alannah MacTiernan and her team at Morley

 
 
 

Some photos from the 2013 State Election Coffee Bean Poll Party (click here to see the results)

Visiting Miss Maud Innaloo, Chris Hatton, Liberal Candidate for Balcatta, Liza Harvey, Minister for Police, Staff member – Tara and Premier Colin Barnett Lisa Scaffidi, The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor casts her bean Mark and Amy, Auditors from Crowe Horwath, Ms Aleisha Woodward, US Consul General and Miss Maud Miss Maud and the AMAZING results cake, created by our talented Pastry Chefs Arslan Islami, Gerrit Van Rensburg, Miss Maud, Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi, Kurt Greeve and Kim Van Keule Bev and John Lowe, Founders, Manna Industries, accepting cake for distribution to the many people helped by Manna and St Barts

 

 
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