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Remote electronic voting and turnout in the Estonian 2007 parliamentary elections

@inproceedings{Bochsler2010RemoteEV,
  title={Remote electronic voting and turnout in the Estonian 2007 parliamentary elections},
  author={Daniel Bochsler},
  year={2010}
}
There are far-reaching expectations that electronic democracy will increase political participation, and include previously underrepresented groups in politics. For one aspect of e-democracy – remote electronic voting –, there is little real-world evidence to monitor such trends. In 2007, Estonia became the first country to organise national parliamentary elections in which all voters had a choice of casting their vote at traditional polls, or over the Internet. This study analyses individual… Expand

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