Brief 52: Election Observers and Perceptions of Electoral Credibility: Evidence from Tunisia

The researchers embedded their experiments in large-scale, nationally representative surveys and randomly varied the information received by the respondents regarding the assessments and the identity of the election observers.  Since Tunisia had election observers from a wide range of organizations, the researchers were able to realistically vary the identity of the election observer across the treatment groups by changing information regarding their organizational affiliation.

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Baruani Idd Mshale
Email: consultantbm@twaweza.org  Institution / Affiliation : Twaweza  EGAP member: Yes 
Elizabeth McGuire
Email: elizabeth.k.mcguire@yale.edu  Institution / Affiliation : Yale University  EGAP member: No 
Tess Onaji-Benson
Email: tidenyi@gmail.com  Institution / Affiliation : University of Pretoria  EGAP member: No 
Aga Neme Doba
Email: aga.neme@aau.edu.et  Institution / Affiliation : Addis Ababa University  EGAP member: No 

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