YES – 29.25 per cent
NO – 50.94 per cent
UNDECIDED – 19.81 per cent
SINCE the launch of quirky Edinburgh Bakery Cuckoo’s Referendum Opinion Poll, there has been huge interest from politicians through to customers and the media.
After three days of fun and debate, Cuckoo’s now release the current results showing the No Campaign comfortably ahead.
Customers have been peering over at other tables to see what other customers are eating and this has stimulated lots of interesting inter-table conversations.
The overwhelming response has been that the cupcakes referendum poll has brought some light relief to the importance of the referendum.
Results will continue to be released on a fortnightly basis however on the day results will also be available on request. Cuckoo’s hope to achieve sales of 10,000 cupcakes between now and the referendum will give a very good indication of public opinion.
Notes to editors:
Cuckoo’s founders, the fabulous best friends Graham and Vidya, turned their baking fantasy into a successful reality. In October 2011, Cuckoo’s was recognised by none other than Cosmopolitan Magazine who have included Cuckoo’s Bakery in their list of ten; ‘Cupcakes and tea – the best in Britain’.
Cuckoo’s Bakery is a cupcake shop with a difference and it comes to no surprise that Cosmopolitan recognised this, describing them as a ‘cute little bakery’ with ‘inventive cupcakes’.
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· Referendum Cupcake Flavour: Raspberry and White Chocolate
· Price: £2.50 takeaway / £3.00 sit-in. Also available online for delivery
· Available: 4 March to 18 September from Cuckoo’s Bakery, 150 Dundas Street
· Website address: www.cuckoosbakery.co.uk
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