"euandi", a Voting Advice Application for the 2014 European Parliament elections


euandiTurin - May 5, 2014. In occasion of the European Parliament elections of 2014, the European University Institute launched the “euandi” project, an online Voting Advice Application (VAA) that helps voters find a party that stands closest to their preferences. The Nexa Center for Internet & Society co-director, Juan Carlos De Martin, is a member of the International Advisory Board of the project.

Developed in close cooperation with the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and "Centro Italiano Studi Elettorali" (CISE), Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali (LUISS) Guido Carli, euandi ("EU and I") is available for all the European Union countries and languages.

Not only does the tool help people identify which political parties represent their views, but it also provides an innovative platform for community building, where people from all over Europe can connect with each other based on their political views.

In addition, euandi will also be one of the largest public opinion measurement tools ever built. With the aim of attracting over 10 million users across Europe, it will result into the largest academic set of data available on public opinion in Europe.


- The website of the project

- The news on the European University Institute website

- The news on the Berkman Center for Internet & Society website

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