Influence the public during a political or other legislative campaign which requires voting in order to ensure that they vote for the party, individual or motion which is preferred, by talking with individuals and using promotional strategies.
force voting behaviour
impact on voting behaviour
control voting behaviour
dominate voting behaviour
dominate ballot behaviour
impact on ballot behaviour
force ballot behaviour
control ballot behaviour
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Relationships with occupations
Influence voting behaviour is an essential skill of the following occupations:
Campaign canvasser: Campaign canvassers operate on field level to persuade the public to vote for the political candidate they represent. They engage in direct conversation with the public in public places, and gather information on the public’s opinion, as well as perform activities ensuring that information on the campaign reaches a wide audience.
Influence voting behaviour is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.
Political campaign officer: Political campaign officers provide support during political campaigns, advising the candidate and campaign management staff on campaign strategies and campaign staff coordination, as well as developing advertising and research strategies.
Election agent: Election agents manage a political candidate’s campaign and oversee the operations of elections to ensure accuracy. They develop strategies to support candidates and persuade the public to vote for the candidate they represent. They conduct research to gauge which image and ideas would be most advantageous for the candidate to present to the public in order to secure the most votes.
- Influence voting behaviour – ESCO