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“Love Sri Lanka” poll gathers momentum


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The ‘Love Sri Lanka’ poll conducted by the Daily FT in collaboration with Emojot has been gathering momentum since its launch on the Valentine’s Day early this week. 

Emotions are at the best of times complex and the poll is on-going in a season of expressive love.

The intriguing poll –using interactive  emotion sensors has reached out to Daily FT’s wide readership. 

Digital platforms such as the online paper (www.ft.lk), its FB page (https://www.facebook.com/dailyft/), twitter (@FT_SriLanka) and Whatsapp were all utilized to share the link. In 48 hours a wide array of responses from Sri Lanka and across the globe were received.

The Daily FT is proud to have used this pioneering software-based emotion sensor technology to garner with emojot a global pioneer in audience engagement. We will run this “Love Sri Lanka” emotion sensor for a few more days. Please express how you feel by going to the link ft.lk/voice if you haven’t tried this emotion sensor as yet. See also Page 6

 


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