Posted by Marce Bylinska on 01/08/2018

Canadian Municipal Election Study


Summary

"The purpose of the Canadian Municipal Election Study is to fundamentally transform the state of municipal election research in Canada, undertaking a study of eight Canadian cities. Data will include surveys of electors and candidates for municipal office in Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, London, Mississauga, Toronto, Montreal and Quebec City. The project will capitalize on the immense diversity of Canadian municipalities to demonstrate not only the importance of local elections, but also the ways that municipal election research can inform our broader understanding of Canadians' voting and political behaviour. The Canadian Municipal Election Study is funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada."

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AuthorCMES/EEMC
SectionExternal
ModulesVoter Contact,Data,Community & Alliances,Get Out The Vote,
Keywordsvoter behaviour, Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, London, Mississauga, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City
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