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Wahl-O-Mat at the Bundestag election: Finding the right party

Thursday, August 31st, 2017 | World News

On September 24, 2017, the elections will open for the 19th Bundestag election. Who is still uncertain, which party he should choose, can now use the election O-Mat for decision-making.

The interactive tool of the Federal Center for Civic Education has already helped 50 million users find the right party for personal political adjustment.

Find out how the choice of O-Mat works and find you right below the article your party for the Bundestag election 2017.

How does the choice-O-Mat work?
The application provides you with 38 substantive theses that you can rate with "agree", "do not agree", "neutral" or "skip this thesis". In addition, you can focus on topics that are particularly close to your heart.

Their ratings are then compared with the election programs of all parties admitted to the Bundestag election. In the end, you can choose up to eight parties to compare their positions with the O-Mat's requirements. Finally, the program graphically shows the percentage of your views with the selected parties.

 How to evaluate the result?
The Federal Center for Civic Education emphasizes that the election O-Mat result is "not a recommendation for a party" but serves as a starting point for informing the parties. He will not give you an answer to the question of whether or not you should choose a party. Therefore, your decision depends not only on the election O-MAT result.

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