Vote Compass Canada back for fourth election in a row | Vox Pop Labs

Vote Compass Canada back for fourth election in a row

Vote Compass Canada back for fourth election in a row

Published August 15, 2021

Canadians are going to the polls on September 20 and Vox Pop Labs has partnered with the CBC/Radio-Canada to bring you Vote Compass for the fourth federal election in a row. 

Vote Compass helps voters navigate how their personal politics line up with the party platforms.

To date it has been used over 25 million times, across eight different countries.

The topics covered in the 2021 election include:

  • People should be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination in order to attend public events
  • How much should the Canadian government spend on police services?
  • How much should Canada do to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions?
  • Canada’s laws against hate speech place too many limits on freedom of expression

It takes 10-15 minutes to complete and is easy to use whatever device you’re on.

To take part in Vote Compass – a survey tool which shows users how their views match up with party policies – go to https://votecompass.cbc.ca/canada.

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