John Tory? Olivia Chow? Doug Ford? Vote Compass generates an analysis of how your views compare to the positions of the candidates.
See how you fit into Toronto's political landscape by answering questions on specific issues included in the Vote Compass questionnaire.
Vote Compass visualizes your results, and compares them with the positions and policies of the three front-running candidates. Once you know the results, you're free to decide which are most suitable for your purposes.
Clifton van der Linden, founder and director of Vox Pop Labs which created Vote Compass, said the tool allows voters to clarify the choices they face as the campaign unfolds.
"Vote Compass helps citizens parse the rhetoric of election campaigns and get at the substantive public policy positions that differentiate the candidates," he said. "It offers an accessible way to move past the horse race dimension of election campaigns and engage in a meaningful discussion about the public policy proposals that will define how we are governed for the next several years.
"It enables citizens to be more informed about the candidates’ positions on a range of public policy issues. An informed electorate is critical to a robust democracy. It attempts to make politicians more accountable by making their policies more transparent."