MEDW launched a new project: Three Ontario Votes

In collaboration with a number of universities (University of Montreal, McGill, Carleton and Western Ontario), media and other organizations (CSDC, Toronto Star, Vote Compass, Bell Chair in Parliamentary Democracy), the MEDW group has engaged in a new project that aims to analyze how respondents would vote under three electoral systems in Ontario. The so-called Three Ontario Votes project has launched a new webpage where Ontario voters can vote under three electoral systems, namely the currently used first past the post (FPTP), the alternative vote (AV), and the list proportional representation (List PR): The website also included information about the different electoral systems with concrete examples so that the respondents were informed about these electoral systems before answering the questions. After voting under the three electoral systems, the respondents are invited to answer a short questionnaire.

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