The next President of the U.S.A

A North Carolina man, John Warlick has come up a different way of predicting the presidential race. He calls it the U.S.A. Button Poll. Consumers buy a campaign button and they get a vote at the mall. A kiosk opened at Jordan Creek Town Center does not look much like a presidential polling place.

Warlick said his poll has accurately predicted the winner every 4 years since 1988, except in the the 2004 presidential race. The buttons are $3 each.

Buttons sales from the kiosk, another in Washington, D.C., and from plenty of political rallies all over the country are tabulated and updated daily at

"When they know what they're buying a button and it's going to a poll being released to the press, they take it seriously," he said.

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