Plenty of services use AI to study your behaviour to suggest new things to you. So could such a tool help you decide how to vote?
South African voters felt that mobile political campaigns were intrusive, violated their privacy and made them feel disillusioned with the political process.
Hispanics oppose Trump's immigration policies in larger numbers than the rest of the population. But their opinions are divided sharply across partisan lines.
About one-third of Canadians don't bother to vote in federal elections. Many people cite "everyday life issues," like the time it takes to vote, as reasons why they don't participate.
WeChat is now a must for politicians. How they can best harness it to win key votes is a trickier question.
Theresa May is courting ethnic minority support for her Brexit deal with her rhetoric on EU nationals 'jumping the queue'.
There are different ballots, voting machines, registration and eligibility requirements and procedures for counting votes across the country. That's a recipe for occasional confusion and miscounts.
Results showing a large number of Leave constituencies now back Remain caused great excitement but don't necessarily mean major change is on the way.
There are far more pressing problems that need to be fixed in the electoral process.
A political scientist finds out about Indonesia's youth "political preferences".
Historically, wishful thinking has blunted pushback.
Results from the latest report into civics and citizenship education show by the time students hit year ten, the majority of them have little knowledge about Australian civics and democracy.
A rare find in an Exeter library helps explain why the local student vote switched from the Conservatives to Labour.
Some Puerto Ricans voted, but most stayed home amid a looming financial debt crisis and political protests. Will this vote matter?
The particularities of the British electoral system make working together unrealistic.
Pre-referendum polling suggested South Asian voters were quite pro-Remain, but more recent data tells another story.
The polls convinced many that Clinton was headed to the White House. But the polls were misleading – and one behavioral scientist thinks emotion led respondents to mislead pollsters on purpose.
As Election Day approaches, candidates in races across the country will be doing everything they can to get out the vote – including turning to behavioral science.
Is xenophobic rhetoric enough to get Latinos to turn out in large numbers? An expert on Latino politics explains.
Facebook has already proved it can increase the number of people who vote in elections. But what if it tries to influence how they vote?