European Elections 2014
Martin Schulz and Jean-Claude Juncker are the lead candidates for the biggest blocs in the EU Parliament. Photo: DPA
QUIZ: Who should you vote for in EU elections?
The Local · 5 May 2014, 16:30
Published: 05 May 2014 16:30 GMT+02:00
Who should you vote for in the European Parliament elections? The poll is just three weeks away but if you’re unsure which party deserves your vote try these interactive quizzes.
Wahl-O-Mat, which is in German, asks 38 questions about various social and political issues and at the end you will find which German political party standing in the elections on May 25th best represents your views.
You can take the Wahl-O-Mat here.
Those without any German can take this test in English to find out which MEPs you agree with. You will be asked to vote on 15 policy areas.
European Union citizens can vote in the EU elections in Germany if they have registered their address with the local Bürgeramt.
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