Cameron’s ‘Nasal Incident’ Tops Online Video Poll
latest voting intentions polls, but things can be very different in the world
of web video clips. RealNetworks, the online video specialist, asked research
company YouGov to take an alternative approach to the leadership question by
asking respondents which of a series of embarrassing online videos, featuring
each of the party leaders, they would most like to see or see again. Almost
twice as many people wanted to see
(16%), than either of the incidents involving the other major party leaders
Perhaps reflecting his remarkable growth in recognition since the first
Prime Ministerial debate, only 6% of those surveyed wanted to see Liberal
Romsey constituency during a filmed radio interview.
glad to hear that his ‘nasal’ incident, apparently picking his nose (you be
the judge) during Prime Minister’s Questions, is much less popular than
One piece of good news for all three of the major party leaders is that
the largest percentage (24%) of those who expressed a preference most wanted
to see BNP leader
Hopefully, the large proportion (29%) that didn’t express a preference,
doesn’t reflect voter apathy but instead points to the proportion of the
population that still find online video a mystery.
Notes to Editors
RealNetworks has recently brought out its latest RealPlayer SP software
(http://uk.real.com/realplayer) and now provides consumers with the easiest
way to download web video to PC and transfer to mobile devices for free.
After the install, RealPlayer users can simply click on the “download this
video” button which will appear over online video on the webpage visited. The
content will then be instantly downloaded to their PC hard-drive ready for
play-back or transfer to their mobile phone. So if you really enjoyed the
footage of your potential future leaders, download them with RealPlayer SP
for continuous amusement. All the clips can be found on (
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All figures, unless otherwise stated, are from YouGov Plc. Total sample
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