Monthly Archives: April 2010

Reaction to final TV debate

The last TV debate took place last night and initially our analysis will focus on the major themes that come through online comments. This analysis was conducted on the BBC HYS online forum, and we will extend our analysis to … Continue reading

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Reaction to Brown’s gaffe

Following Brown’s gaffe caught on microphone by Sky TV yesterday, the internet has been awash with comments on the implication for Gordon Brown and the Labour party. We have conducted analysis on over 2,000 comments published on line at the … Continue reading

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Nick Clegg contextual word scores

The previous post looked to analyse what words were in context with Nick Clegg in a graphical manner. This analysis will take this one step further and show the actual scores for each word against Nick Clegg in our analysis, … Continue reading

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Context analysis of Nick Clegg over two debates

Our previous analysis has shown a selection of the words that have been found in context. For this analysis, we are showing figures that show the words closest in context to Nick Clegg for both the BBC Have Your Say … Continue reading

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Change in public perception of Nick Clegg

After the first TV debate, the initial discussions centred on the fact that Nick Clegg to everyone’s surprise had won the debate. This can be seen by examining the words that were close in context to Nick Clegg in both … Continue reading

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Telegraph commentators – Clegg outmanoeuvred Cameron

The data used for this analysis was taken from user comments from the Telegraph website on blogs published immediately after the two sets of TV debates. Analysis published previously analysed over 3750 comments on the BBC’s Have YourSay after the … Continue reading

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Word context analysis for three party leaders

The data used for this analysis was taken from the BBCs Have Your Say discussion forum after the 2nd TV debate. In this piece of analysis, we are examining what words are in context to the 3 party leaders, to … Continue reading

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Who do the public lose faith in after 2nd TV Debate? Sentiment analysis results

After the second of three Prime Minsterial TV Debates viewers expressed opinions on the BBCs Have Your Say discussion forum. Our sentiment analysis represents over 375 immediate comments on Gordon Brown and Labour Party, David Cameron and Conservative Party and … Continue reading

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Corruption – public opinion after 2nd prime minsterial debate – Sentiment analysis results

After the second of three Prime Minsterial TV Debates viewers expressed opinions on the BBCs Have Your Say discussion forum. Our sentiment analysis represents over 375 immediate comments on Gordon Brown and Labour Party, David Cameron and Conservative Party and … Continue reading

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Winning political party leader character – TV debate round 2

After the second of three Prime Minsterial TV Debates viewers expressed opinions on the BBCs Have Your Say discussion forum. Our sentiment analysis represents over 375 immediate comments on Gordon Brown and Labour Party, David Cameron and Conservative Party and … Continue reading

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