A variety of research tools have been used to measure the impact of candidate debates. This section contains studies, polling data and other analysis related to debates.

You can browse the resources below or conduct an advanced search of these resources.

Spanish Country: Argentina

DIARIO DE CUYO realizó un sondeo con los lectores bajo una pregunta: ¿Es clave el debate presidencial para definir tu voto?; y las opciones fueron dos: Sí, con el debate defino mi voto y No, es un aspecto más de la campaña.

English Country: United Kingdom

In autumn 2014, during the last few weeks of the Scottish Independence Referendum campaign, researchers at Robert Gordon University explored the Twitter response to three live televised political debates, each of which involved high-profile participants.

English Country: Bosnia

This pre-debate polling was used to convince candidates to participate by showing public interest in debates, as well as to identify issues of concern to help ensure debate questions focused on the most important topics for voters.

English Country: Argentina

"This case intends to help other peer organizations in the region and beyond to understand their potential role in electoral campaigns and provide a toolkit for think tanks’ involvement in the matter. The document presents the context in which the initiative was developed, the strategies that the organization carried out to promote policy debate, a balance addressing internal and external issues, and some lessons we have learned from the experience."

There are no resources for this category.