Authors: GABRIELLA MIKIEWICZ, ANATOLIE COȘCIUG, KACPER SZULECKI, CORINA TULBURE, MARTA BIVAND ERDAL, DAVIDE BERTELLI & ANGELINA KUSSY; Published in: Routed Magazine, February 2021, Issue 14 , available in Open Access.
Recent decades have seen an increase in the number of European states which allow their citizens abroad to vote in national elections. External voting – that is, voting in origin country elections from abroad – has become an important feature of contemporary democratic politics. Despite this and the large amount of research on migrant political participation in countries of residence, we still know markedly little about migrants’ motivations to vote (or not) in elections in their origin of country, and whether migration impacts voting habits and preferences.
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