Explore how you fit in the political landscape.

Vote Compass shows you how your views align with those of the candidates running for election.

Find out where you stand.

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Current Vote Compass initiative

Canada

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is currently running Vote Compass for the Canadian federal election, which is taking place on Monday, October 19, 2015.

Participate at CBC news View past Vote Compass initiatives from around the world.

Vote Compass is an award-winning civic engagement application.

Developed by political scientists, Vote Compass is used by millions of people during elections around the world. It's easy and it's quick.

How Vote Compass Works

Launch Vote Compass

Getting started is easy. With no login, and no registration, you keep control of your info. All you need is a postal or zip code so we can determine your district, electorate or riding.

Take the questionnaire

A Vote Compass questionnaire is typically 30 questions and takes about 10 minutes to complete. Once you finish, Vote Compass will analyse your responses and compare them with the policies of the candidates.

See the results

Your Vote Compass results show you how your views compare to the policy proposals of the candidates and help you understand how you fit into the political landscape. You can see where you agree and disagree with each of the candidates.

Explore the issues

Once you see how you fit in, Vote Compass lets you dive deep into the platforms of each party or candidate with comparisons by topic, candidate statements, and options to weight the issues most important to you.

See the full picture with Vote Compass

Get a snapshot of the politics in your area, captured in one place.

Past Vote Compass Initiatives

We run multiple Vote Compass initiatives each year, working closely with our media partners to bring you closer to the parties and candidates.

Vote Compass has been commissioned by the following organisations:

Big Data, big possibilities

Vote Compass promotes an informed electorate but it also channels the voice of the people.

The millions of responses to Vote Compass generate unprecedented stores of public opinion data, which can be leveraged to prompt governments to be more responsive to the views of the citizens they represent.

Vote Compass was created by the scientists at Vox Pop Labs.

To learn more about the work being done at Vox Pop Labs, visit our website.

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