Monthly Archives: April 2010

2nd TV debate which party leader’s character was slated?

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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Winner of the 2nd TV Debate Announced

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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Public optimism of political parties – sentiment analysis

After the first of three Prime Minsterial TV Debates viewers expressed opinions on the BBCs Have Your Say discussion forum. Our sentiment analysis represents over 1500 comments on Gordon Brown and Labour Party, David Cameron and Conservative Party and Nick … Continue reading

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Public opinion of political party corruption – sentiment analysis

After the first of three Prime Minsterial TV Debates viewers expressed opinions on the BBCs Have Your Say discussion forum. Our sentiment analysis represents over 1500 comments on Gordon Brown and Labour Party, David Cameron and Conservative Party and Nick … Continue reading

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Brown, Clegg, Cameron – positive character traits? Semantic analysis demonstrates who is leading

After the first of three Prime Minsterial TV Debates viewers expressed opinions on the BBCs Have Your Say discussion forum. Our sentiment analysis represents over 1500 comments on Gordon Brown and Labour Party, David Cameron and Conservative Party and Nick … Continue reading

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Political party leader – negative public opinion – sentiment analysis

After the first of three Prime Minsterial TV Debates viewers expressed opinions on the BBCs Have Your Say discussion forum. Our sentiment analysis represents over 1500 comments on Gordon Brown and Labour Party, David Cameron and Conservative Party and Nick … Continue reading

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The Winner of the first prime minsterial TV debate .. sentiment opinion analysis now released

After the first of three Prime Minsterial TV Debates viewers expressed opinions on the BBCs Have Your Say discussion forum. Our sentiment analysis represents over 1500 comments on Gordon Brown and Labour Party, David Cameron and Conservative Party and Nick … Continue reading

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