qEvaluates five commercially available voting systems, against different criteria (including ease of use, speed, and accuracy) using field and laboratory experiments and expert reviews. Initiates new research into interactions between ballot format and voter behavior. Offers best practices for voting system manufacturers, ballot designers, election officials, political observers, and votersq--Provided by publisher.Paper ballot/ optical scan (ESaamp;S) Manual advance TS (Diebold) Auto advance TS with paper (Avante) ZoomableTS (Prototype) Dial and buttons (Hart InterCivic) Full-face with buttons (Nedap) a. Estimated responses based on a multivariate model on a ... option; see chapter 2. TS =touch screen. Paper ballot/ optical scan (ESaamp;S) Manual advance TS (Diebold) Auto 98 INEQUALITY IN THE VOTING BOOTH.
|Author||:||Richard G. Niemi, Michael J. Hanmer, Benjamin B. Bederson, Frederick G. Conrad, Michael W. Traugott|
|Publisher||:||Brookings Institution Press - 2009-03-19|