Blog Post at Democratic Audit

My blog post at Democratic Audit UK:

There are relatively few cases where non-citizen immigrants can vote in municipal elections, but where they can participation tends to be low. Didier Ruedin assesses the case of Geneva, where he finds that, even accounting for social origin, engagement, civic integration and socialisation, there is a gap in participation that needs further explanation.

Read remainder: Why don’t immigrants vote more?

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