Nearly a month into the balloting, the Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder and former England captain David Beckham leads the voting which closes on July 2 and helps to determine the team to play West Ham at BMO Field in Toronto on July 24 in the 13th annual MLS All-Star Game.
The online fan balloting accounts for 25 per cent of the MLS All-Star First XI selections, with coaches and general managers (25 per cent), players (25 per cent) and media (25 per cent) also having a say on which players are named in the starting line-up.
Beckham has four goals and five assists for the Galaxy this season.
In the management stakes New England Revolution coach, former Liverpool full-back Steve Nicol is the front runner with 1.92 points per game, followed by Denis Hamlett of the Chicago Fire (1.90) and Sigi Schmid of the Columbus Crew (1.73).
The All-Stars will be announced on July 10, while seven reserves will be selected on July 15.