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Hello guys,

thanks for clicking on my first post here, my name is Daniel, I am a 22 year old, half german and scottish student living in Germany.
I study in a field called "Computervisuals and Design" and for a sixth-term project at University (one term before my bachelors) I am in need of your help!

This survey is about the perception of the viewer experience of a Live-Rugby match and is supposed to find out if there could be a way to enhance the overall experience by, for example, involving modern technology.

I am a great Scotland Rugby fan and have visited Murrayfield in Edinburgh several times. Because Rugby isn't a well know sport in Germany, I based my project around Murrayfield stadium and therefore need your international help (basically nearly no one knows anything about Rugby here, so there's no reason to ask locals).

The survey will roughly take you 5 mins if you are willing to participate.

All the collected Data is anonymous. It could occur that I take down this post after I have enough participants or I notice that I need to make changes to the survey.

Here is the link:
https://forms.gle/g7raCTQbUSKN2PPHA

Thanks for reading, have a great day.

Daniel
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Done, not sure how much use it'll be, but get f**ked n00b plum.
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All the best with your endeavours, young man.








P.S. Fvck off noob!
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What's your feelings on the destructive nature of Typhoons?
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Completed
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Done. Good luck with it
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In comparison to your first ever live rugby match, was your last viewing experience better or worse?
How the fudge do you answer this when the only options are better/worse. I was 4.
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UncleFB wrote:
In comparison to your first ever live rugby match, was your last viewing experience better or worse?
How the fudge do you answer this when the only options are better/worse. I was 4.
I agree, so I answered 'better.'

Also cringed at the spelling of favourite, and the questions on the 'rules', but all in all was a good attempt. Well done and fvck off n00b.

(BTW No-one would ever use a phone at murrayfield as you can't hear yourself think for the scottish crowd booooooing.)
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How do you wipe?
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My survey was way better than this.
Right guys?!! :uhoh:
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message #2527204 wrote:
UncleFB wrote:
In comparison to your first ever live rugby match, was your last viewing experience better or worse?
How the fudge do you answer this when the only options are better/worse. I was 4.
I agree, so I answered 'better.'

Also cringed at the spelling of favourite, and the questions on the 'rules', but all in all was a good attempt. Well done and fvck off n00b.

(BTW No-one would ever use a phone at murrayfield as you can't hear yourself think for the scottish crowd booooooing.)
tbf, your phone is a powerful computer that happens to make phone calls. There are a few ways to use it...
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