Voters can be influenced by voter advice websites, but they do not follow the guidance blindly.

Matthew Wall, André Krouwel, Thomas Vitiello

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Abstract

Voter advice websites, where voters are matched with parties that share similar views to their own, have started to
appear in the UK after becoming popular in the Netherlands and other countries. In this post Matt Wall, André
Krouwel and Thomas Vitiello discuss a new site launched for the European Parliament elections and consider how
influential these services can be on the choices voters make at the ballot box.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 8 May 2014

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