'Key vs. Cunliffe' Live NZ Election Reactor Tonight 8:40pm TV3
10 September, 2014
John Key and David Cunliffe go head to head on TV3 tonight as the election campaign moves towards its climax. Roy Morgan wants to know what you think about their views as the leaders debate tax cuts, dirty politics and just which parties are likely to form the next Government.
Armed with the Reactor App ready on your smartphone or tablet at 8:40pm and tuned into TV3 you can have your say about their performance.
The Reactor is ground-breaking as it enables crowd-sourced reactions to provide a precise picture of how specific developments, political promises and news events are affecting the public mood.
1. Download the free mobile app available here for your smartphone or other tablet:
2. Then on Wednesday just before the TV3 Leaders Debate at 8:40pm starts simply open the app and select the Live TV3 Debate - answer a few questions.
• There will be some basic demographic/voting intention questions when you select the Live TV3 Debate option from the list, before you can begin Reacting.
• Be watching TV3, 8:40pm to 9:40pm, Wednesday 10th September.
3. When the debate starts hold Reactor pointer and slide to the left if you disagree with speaker, to the right if you agree.
• Your reactions will help drive the Reactor worm.
4. Click and hold pointer and show your reactions during the live segments till the end of the debate.
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NZ Election Reactor
To view the Reactor on the night viewers can watch here at Scoop's ‘Live NZ Election Reactor’ page.
Over the past couple of months, Roy Morgan and Scoop have been taking a weekly look at events and tested people’s impressions using the Reactor – view the results to date at the NZ Election Reactor results page.
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