Visualizing the Prime Ministerial Debates
Thursday 29 April 2010
last week’s map, The Independent is using Debategraph again to visualise the issues addressed during the third leaders’ debate tonight – and to examine the positions of the three prime ministerial candidates on the key issues facing the country in the run up to polling day.
Once you have logged in, you can also rate the merits of the individual points made by Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg—with the thickness of the arrows changing to indicate which ideas and responses are perceived to be stronger (thicker) and weaker (thinner).
As with the other maps in the series you can you can keep up to date with the subsequent developments via the Independent Minds blog and @TheIndyDebate on Twitter. And you are welcome to embed the map on your own website or blog (like a Google map) using the code shown below the map.
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