About This Project
Behavioural policy interventions (BPIs), designed to influence people's behaviour without introducing mandates, are being adopted in increasingly polarised environments worldwide. Even though BPIs are not polarising per se, political disagreements can emerge if they are discussed alongside political cues. Across different countries and samples, this project examines how different communication strategies affect support for BPIs, and the tendency to (mis)perceive polarisation in this domain.
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