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Press-conference "European Parliament Elections: Preferences, Machine Voting and Voters’ Awareness"

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On June 4, 2019, the Institute for Public Environment Development held a press conference, during which our team presented an analysis of the data of the 2019 European Parliament elections and a national representative survey executed by Alpha Research sociological agency.

During the press conference "European Parliament Elections: Preferences, Machine Voting and Voters’ Awareness" we presented an analysis about the use of preferential voting, the problems related to the machine voting, as well as voters’ awareness about their rights.

The data we have announced, as well as a short excerpt of the sociological survey conducted by Alpha Research and ordered by IPED during the election campaign, can be found in the section "Publications and Resources".