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Canadian election studies

Canadian elections are the primary focus of the Canadian Election Study (CES). The main objective is to explain what makes people decide to vote (or not to vote), and, if they do, what makes them decide to support a given party or candidate, and why parties gain or lose ground from one election to another. More information is available on the CES website.

All Canadian Election Studies have been deposited into the Canadian Opinion Research Archive (CORA) and are publicly available.

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Canadian Opinion Research Archive (CORA) via <odesi>
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