How to engage your audience...

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<ol><li> 1. Are you confident young people will be a big enough part of the Big Society? - s1 Yes 20% 2 No 59% 3 Not Sure Th El t 'l 'htS t (EIS) e ec ronic nsig ys em 2allows you to ask the big questionsand demonstrate you are really listening. ..value </li><li> 2. A.: 5l . -.. '.. V' 1 , ,.' - . T x J?'A as-I </li><li> 3. A , .o Marmite is. ..1 Great 1 23% 2 Horrible 56% 3 0k 21%Breaking the ice is easy. ..value </li><li> 4. ,~. Are you. ..1 Male 2 FemaleYou can ask the demographic questions that will allow you not only to segment responses in real time,but in a way that will get you meaningful feedback to use in any consultation. ..value </li><li> 5. 23.6% of adults in England are obese. l46%4'") In Croydon,that figure is. .. 1 19.3% 8% 2 22.3% 31% 3 25.3% 4You can te| |the story by bringing the15%valuefacts to life and engaging your audience at every step. .. </li><li> 6. ,3 Should the voting age be lowered? 1 Yesy 66% 2 NoL 23% 3 Not sure0 The result marks the beginning,not l: A) the end,as you provide the spark fora debate in a way that simple discussion cannot do. ..value </li><li> 7. ,3 Should the voting age be lowered? 1 Yesy 66% 2 NoL 23% 3 Not sure0 The result marks the beginning,not l: A) the end,as you provide the spark fora debate in a way that simple discussion cannot do. ..value</li></ol>