Monthly Archives: May 2014

The 2014 European Election in Germany: Do Eurosceptics Benefit from Low Turnout Rates?

By Steffen Zittlau, PhD candidate, University of Mannheim What is the story? The results of last Sunday’s European election in Germany are not surprising. For the most of it, they are very similar to those of the German federal election held last September (see our previous blog entry): The party of the federal chancellor Angela […]

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EuroVote+: An online study on next European election

What is the story? The Making Electoral Democracy Work research team has launched the online study EuroVote+. EuroVote+ is a study focused on the election of the next European Parliament. It has three objectives: (1) to provide information to the general public about how the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are elected in the […]

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