Our polarization study is featured in the Estonian newspaper "Eesti Päevaleht"!
"How important do voters consider the principles of democracy at the ballot box? Would they be willing to abstain from voting for a party or candidate whose views are not democratic? If so, can clever politicians eliminate voters' concerns about democracy by pushing a certain button?
The Friedrich Ebert Foundation Institute in Germany has just completed an analysis of voters' views on such issues in seven European countries. The selection included Estonia, where parliamentary elections will be held in three months. The results provide an overview of the extent to which respect for democratic principles is important to people, or whether they might eventually forget about them."
Check out our key findings, conclusions, and lots of graphs here: