Voter Education Online Game Cards Launch Ahead of 2022 Election – Manila Bulletin
A data management company has designed an online game card with information about politicians to help Filipino voters choose the best kind of rulers in the 2022 election.
The “Policard Games of Giants Online Voter Education Program” was designed to give voters unique information about key politicians who were not well known to people so that they could paint a more accurate picture of the leaders. national with information devoid of political propaganda and image building. by campaign groups, said Eero Brillantes, CEO of BluePrint.PH.
“We believe in timely information about our leaders that voters need to acquire so they can make better choices when they vote. These “Game of Giants” or “police” playing cards would contain the best information from our own research, but we encourage voters to also provide the information they know as long as it is not propaganda in the name. of information exchange, ”Brillantes explained in a statement on Sunday, July 18.
He said BluePrint.PH promotes Game of Giants game cards widely on social media so that voters can know about and actively participate in the political information game.
Police officers could also be shared by voters on social media to promote those they support, Brillantes said.
Through this activity, voters will be able to better understand the concept of democracy which is “challenged with the use of factual and non-publicized information for propaganda purposes”.
Improve social media score through more likes, shares, comments and emoticon reactions – like, love, haha, wow, sad or angry – on their posts or other Facebook posts and comments on their Favorite politicians is one of those ways, Brillantes said. .
“We believe that voters need to get used to the idea that they can strengthen democracy if they themselves participate directly in this exchange of information, especially through the social media accounts they have. As a political communications and data agency, we believe in the principle that information is gold if you use it wisely, ”Brillantes said.
The ‘Games of Giants’ policemen will also contain the politician’s social media dashboard, or how they behave in social media by measuring their exposure through voter comments and emoticon reactions to those posts, and the number of messages and how many times voters shared them with others.
Police maps and politician rankings can be found on the Game of Giants webpage at Blueprint.PH.
The data management company said this information was part of the two petabytes or two million megabytes of information coming from publicly available Facebook pages that BluePrint.PH regularly accesses for its regular big data analysis to measure and determine feelings of Filipino voters on vital issues. economic and social issues.
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