65% Of Young People In Birmingham More Likely To Vote Online

27 March 2015, 12:16

65% of young people Capital spoke to in Birmingham told us they'd be more likely to vote in May if they could do it on the internet.

A Capital investigation surveyed a 100 students and young people in the city and found the majority would be more likely to cast a vote in the general election if they could tick a box online.

In Birmingham most people told Capital it is something they want to see:

An expert in online security in the West Midlands has told Capital he thinks we will be able to vote online one day but not until security becomes tighter.

Mark Ryan  from the University of Birmingham says it is what needs to happen to get young people to vote:

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