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  • Russian dating app sends matches to the polls
  • Russian dating app sends matches to the polls
    Michael Brace (2017) ©
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Russian dating app sends matches to the polls

Turnout at the last Russian election was only 47% – the lowest in modern Russian history. Could a dating app engage with young voters and get them to the ballot box? ‘Voting Together’, launched by Russian dating site Mamba, tries to do exactly that by setting people up on election dates.

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