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An online web platform that enabled voters to ask questions of candidates in the lead up to the general election found the issues were quite different to those in the media.
People of a certain age experienced an odd feeling at about 9pm on Saturday. There it was: the realisation that one party had clearly won the election and that we knew precisely who the next government was going to be before we went to bed.
More young non-voters would be motivated to participate in September's general election by online voting than a one-off $50 payment, according to the results of a student survey conducted by Massey University.