Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Clicker Wake Forest University particpants are using during the US Presidential debates.
Winston-Salem, NC-- During the final presidential debate, Wake Forest students and alumni watched the debate and provided instant feedback through audience response "clickers."
Wake Forest students watched the presidential debate on campus Monday night. At the same time, a group of Wake Forest alumni "debate watched" in Washington, D.C.
As part of Wake The Vote, the two groups provided instant feedback on the debate using audience response clickers. They answered real-time polling questions as they listened to the candidates.
The students knew the alumni results while they're happening through twitter. Both groups tweeted poll results using #DeacsDebate. Tweets with polling results from the alumni in Washington, D.C. were projected on a screen to the students back at Wake.
Wake Forest used the audience response "clickers" during the first presidential debate.
Read here: Wake Forest U Hosts Debate Watch With Real Time Feedback From Students
Read here: First 2012 Presidential Debate WFU Clicker Results
During the second presidential debate, News 2 heard from two Wake Forest debate experts. They scored the candidates' debate performance.
Read here: Wake Forest Debate Coaches Score Presidential Debate # 2
By the end of the final debate, out of the 60 students with clickers, only 24 stayed until the end. 63% of those students thought Obama won the final debate, 19% thought Romney did, 6% thought it was a tie, and 13% thought both candidates did poorly.
According to the twitter feed, 70% of the Wake Forest alumni watching a polling in D.C. thought that Obama won the final debate.
Stay with digtriad.com for all results from the Wake Forest instant polling.
WFMY News 2