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Modernising Elections and Delivering Electoral Integrity

This session will showcase recent research on elections by members of the Open Data Analysis in Social and Political Science research group.

There will be presentations on what makes voters more or less likely to consider voting online, what explains attitudes towards electoral integrity, and what voters think about reforms to the way elections are run.

This event is brought to you by the Open Data Analysis in Social and Political Science research group. As a group of experts in theory-driven empirical research in social and political science, we work on understanding how politics and society function, and using this understanding to help improve public life.

We work on a wide range of topics using these methodologies, including institutional analysis, policy analysis, the dynamics of political alliances, the impact of prompts on social and political behaviour, trust between groups, longitudinal analysis, spatial analysis, and the analysis of elections and election campaigns.


This event is part of the Brunel Research Festival, which returns this May for a packed programme of online and in-person activities, celebrating cutting-edge and challenge-led research at Brunel and beyond.

Showcasing the world-class research carried out by colleagues from across the University, the Festival is a month-long celebration of the diverse local and global benefits of our research.

Free and open to all.

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