12 Dec Test Question Ideas for Audience Voting Handsets Sessions
When your using audience voting handsets at a conference or event, it is always a good idea to run a test question or two. This will allow your audience to become fully familiar with the handset technology and will provide reassurance that the technology works! It also can add some enjoyment and fun at the start of the session and create a relaxed atmosphere.
I have listed below some voting question ideas from previous conferences that has used our audience voting handset technology:
Who will be the next leader of the Conservative party?
A – Boris Johnson
B – Michael Gove
C – Jeremy Clarkson
D – Nigel Farage
E – None of the above
Was the premiership outcome a good or bad result?
A – Good
B – Bad
Which one of these is not a Donald Trump Quote?
A – All of the women on the apprentice flirted with me – consciously or unconsciously
B – Good people don’t go into government
C – It’s not our job to be social workers in Iraq and put them all on expanded Medicaid. It is our job to kill them.
D – I have never seen a thin person drinking Diet Coke
What is the most unforgivable mistake you can make on the London tube?
A – Sitting in the disabled seat
B – Making eye contact with the person opposite for more than one second
C – Keeping a rucksack on your back
D – Leaning on the doors as the train is departing
E – Getting on the train while the doors are closing
F – Not giving up your seat to a pregnant passenger
G – Offering your seat to a passenger who looks pregnant (But isn’t!)
Who is your favourite James Bond?
A – Sean Connery
B – Roger Moore
C – Pierce Brosnan
D – Daniel Craig
What is the best order to watch the Star Wars films?
A – Episodes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
B – Episodes 4,5,6,7,1,2,3
C – Episodes 4,5,6,7, and don’t bother watching 1,2,3
D – Don’t bother watching any of them!
E – No idea!
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