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We’re excited to announce that we’ve been selected to create the Vote for Policies website and survey ahead of the 2015 general election.

Vote for Policies offers a free, unbiased service to help voters make an informed decision about which party to vote for by allowing them to take a survey, comparing policies taken directly from manifestos without knowing which policy belongs to which party. After completing the survey, each user is presented with a breakdown of which party they are aligned to, based purely on comparative analysis.

In the 2010 election, over 280,000 surveys were completed in just six weeks, and since then the total has grown to over 435,000. The goal for the 2015 general election is to achieve 5 million survey completions; helping millions of people to make an informed voting decision.

Matt Chocqueel-Mangan, creator of Vote for Policies said of the appointment:

I’m really excited about working with UVD. Our goal is to reach 5 million people before the election next year, and providing a better user experience on a more robust technical infrastructure is vital to meeting that goal. It was very clear from the outset that the team at UVD have the skills and experience to take Vote for Policies to the next level.