Charles Stewart: Election Performance and Support for Electoral Reforms — A Snapshot

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Phi Beta Iota: The full survey is interesting in part because it shows the growing proportion of voters who do not believe their votes are counted honestly. The survey also reflects the extremely limited understanding by academics (and media as well as citizens) of the twelve distinct aspects of electoral reform that must be achieved together in order to provide an electoral process with integrity.

PPT Briefing (33 Slides)

Tip of the Hat to Rebecca Wilson ( and the PEW Trusts.

See Especially:

Open Power Electoral Reform 12 Point Act

See Also:

Open Power Electoral Reform @ Phi Beta Iota


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