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|Polis and the political process||1.06 MB|
This report, written in partnership with the Open Rights Group (ORG), has two distinct aims: to explore the potential of the research tool Polis as a democratic innovation, and – using Polis – to explore public attitudes around data driven political campaigning.
The public fall into three distinct groups in terms of their attitudes around data driven political campaigning: a pro-regulation group, a group who are distrustful of regulators and politicians alike, and a group who support fact verification in campaigning, but are split on wider regulation measures and more likely to pass on questions across the board.