Activities

Electoral Chairs’ Seminars – 2 February

Striking a Political Chord: The Effect of Musical Preferences on Voting Intentions in Canada Catherine Ouellet (University of Toronto)Nadjim Fréchet (Université de Montréal)Yannick Dufresne (Université de Laval) Music is arguably one of the most meaningful and widespread forms of communication. There is also extensive evidence that musical taste is often revealing of values, personality traits, […] Read more

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Electoral Chairs’ Seminars – 26 January

Assemblée citoyenne sur la démocratie électorale municipale André Blais (Université de Montréal) Je vais présenter un projet de recherche que je compte mener en 2023 sur la démocratie électorale municipale. Il s’agira de mener un exercice de délibération citoyenne dans une municipalité québécoise. Une centaine de citoyens seront invités à réfléchir, discuter et faire une […] Read more

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Electoral Chairs’ Seminars – 19 January

The voting advice applications’ match effects on pre-voters Laura Uyttendaele (Université catholique de Louvain) The Test électoral is a Voting Advice Application (VAA) providing citizens with personalized information on their ideological profile by comparing their positions on a selection of political issues with those of parties. Scholars agree that VAAs have the potential to assist young people […] Read more

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Tuesday Seminar -21 December

I’m a Loser? Unexpected Election Outcomes and Satisfaction with Democracy Philippe Mongrain (Université de Montréal) A great amount of research has noted the existence of a gap between winners and losers in relation to satisfaction with democracy and other political attitudes. One aspect of the winner–loser gap that has been overlooked is the impact of […] Read more

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Tuesday Seminar -14 December

Black Canadian Lives Matter in Public Opinion Nadjim Fréchet (Université de Montréal) Political cleavages, the relevance of the old ones like the emergence of new ones, are still highly debated in the literature since the canonical work of Lipset and Rokkan (1967). Some political scientists believe important sociodemographic changes in Western democracies might create political […] Read more