Friday, January 21

Elyze: the “Tinder” of the presidential election to convince young people to vote

Welcoming refugees more fairly, creating a local police force or even maintaining the current retirement age … Here are some of the 500 proposals that make up the Elyze application.

Then you have a choice: either mark your support for an idea or reject it. You can even remain undecided. After about fifty answers, thanks to an algorithm, you will know which presidential candidate is closest to your convictions.

An application which adapts in particular to young voters. According to polls, young people aged 18 to 30 are only 40% wanting to vote in the next presidential election.

For these communication students, this application could help bring young people back to the polls.

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