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Who should you vote for?

Take part at www.scotvote16.com.
Take part at www.scotvote16.com.

Where do you lie on the political spectrum?

What issues matter most to you when it comes to parties’ policies?

And do people in the rest of the Scotland – as well as those living in your local area – agree with you?

The University of Strathclyde and polling guru John Curtice have teamed up with The Courier to let you find out.

The new Voter Guidance Tool invites voters to say where they stand on a set of key UK and Scottish policy issues and allows them to compare their stances with those of the parties based of politicians’ pronouncements in recent weeks.

The exercise is entirely political neutral but in an election where the result seems a forgone conclusion, it might be informative to see how much you agree with who you’re voting for.

You never know, it might even prove fun – and surprise you – when we publish the results.

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