The Reykjavík Grapevine Election Poll Extravaganza!

The Reykjavík Grapevine Election Poll Extravaganza!

Photos by
Art Bicnick

Published October 3, 2016

Elections are coming up this month, and although you might not even live in Iceland (let alone have the right to vote), we at the Grapevine are very curious to know what you, the readers, have to say about Iceland’s future.

Go ahead and take a couple minutes to fill out our survey below (if for whatever reason you can’t see the embedded survey, a direct link is here). We fully realise that online polling isn’t exactly scientifically accurate, but we’re still eager to know what you have to say.

Make yourselves heard; we’re listening!


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