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Long questions more popular with delegates, study finds

The majority of delegates ask short questions at events, but long questions prove more popular, a study has revealed.
Two thirds of questions asked by delegates at events are under 70 characters in length, according to the report by audience engagement specialist However, the study found that longer questions of more than 100 characters are up to four times more popular with other audience members.

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