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The ICPR found no evidence from 1999 surveys that not understanding how the voting system worked dissuaded people from voting. It points out that this finding is borne out in other countries, such as Germany, which have AMS: 'Many German voters do not understand the purpose or significance of their second vote, but despite this, the German system is popular with its electorate.'

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