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GRReporter readers want politics, economics and videos

20 April 2011 / 15:04:34  GRReporter
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The readers of the three versions of the site who participated in our last poll "Which GRReporter categories are of utmost interest to you?" have expressed their preferences mostly to issues of economics and politics, but it appeared that there is huge interest in the video and photo reports.

The vote of 41% of the Bulgarian readers ranked first the economical and political issues of Greece, which is our conclusion counting the number of visits to these articles. The highest percentage of voters (69%) in the Greek version proved to enjoy watching the video and photo coverage.

The same goes for the English version, in which the video and photo coverage of the fashion week in Greece, the country's economy, the protests and health received 47% of your votes. They pushed the economic and political topics in the English version to the second position, which in turn received 36% of your votes.

The readers of the Bulgarian version of the site proved to be the most active and their votes ranked the social conflicts and protests third with 9%. The topics related to society are second in the Greek version and 14% of the visitors voted for them. The riots and strikes in the country are of interest to 6% of the English-speaking audience and, therefore, they remained third in the English version of the site.

If we turn the analysis of our poll to the English version of the site it will become lear that the preferences of the audience also focus on the chart GRR Hot 15 and on topics related to arts and culture. Each of them had 6% of the visitors’ votes and rank third along with the social conflicts.

It was strange to find out that crime news, street stories, astro school, celebrities, sporting events and the media categories had a zero rate of voting in the English version. This could be due to the fact that some of these topics are not as widely covered as the economy and social issues in their written and video form.

In the Greek version of the site, the criminal news and celebrities categories had 3% of the votes together with the video and photo coverage, and the economic and social issues.

As we said, the poll in the Bulgarian version registered the largest number of participants and 8% of the readers like our section Street stories and urban life, 7% enjoy our chart GRR Hot 15, 6% are interested in the astro school topics and 5% read about the developments in art and culture in Greece. The sports news and the celebrities sections remained last with 3% of the votes.

The poll for your preferred topics on the site could guide us in connection with your expectations from the site. Economic issues are the ones that interest the majority of visitors, which is something usual regarding the economic crisis in the country and the forthcoming major reforms. Indicative is the fact that there is interest in the photo and video coverage as the team's intentions are to develop in this direction and to use the countless opportunities of the Internet to submit the information in an interesting and convenient way for the visitors.

You can see the poll results in the table below:

 

Topic

Bulgarian version

Greek version

English version

Economics and Politics 

 

41%

10%

36%

Crime news 

 

4%

3%

0%

Social conflicts and protests

 

9%

14%

6%

Street stories and urban life

 

8%

0%

0%

Astro school

 

6%

0%

0%

Celebrities

 

3%

3%

0%

GRR Hot 15

 

7%

0%

6%

Arts and culture 

 

5%

0%

6%

Sports

 

3%

0%

0%

Media and technology

 

0%

0%

0%

Video and photo reports

 

16%

69%

47%

Thank you all for voting and we invite you to participate in our new poll that is interested in your views of Antonis Samaras 

 

 

 

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