HAVE you made a decision on who to vote for in the European elections? If you haven't, a handy new tool could help you decide in less than 10 minutes.

The new online tool, created by Dr Jon Wheatley, a senior lecturer at Oxford Brookes and Dr Fernando Mendez at Zurich University, not only allows voters to make an informed decision before casting a ballot during the elections to the European Parliament, but encourages users to vote based on the issues important to them rather than party loyalty.

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The method behind the tool is very simple: the assesses to what degree they agree or disagree with 28 different political statements, on topics varying from migration to climate change, and from sexual education to government spending cuts. However mad it sounds, the questions quite thoroughly cover the complexity of modern politics.

Questions are divided into six categories (‘Brexit and Europe’, ‘Taxes and Spending’, ‘Economy and Regulation’, ‘Environment’, ‘Rights and Freedoms’, ‘Society and Culture’) and, after answering questions on those subjects, the user can adjust how important those categories should be for an overall score calculation.

It is a useful option not only for those who think Brexit is the key issue to be voted on Thursday, but also for those who have their own specific priorities.

Users' answers are then compared with the positions of the seven main political parties competing for MEP seats on Thursday (Brexit Party, Change UK, Conservatives, Greens, Labour, Liberal-Democrats and UKIP). The positions of the main parties were determined by a group of political scientists.

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The results are not only presented as a percentage of positive or negative matches with each party (from -100 to +100), but also as a fascinating political chessboard, where users and parties' positions are marked on two scales (Right to Left and Liberal-Cosmopolitan to Patriotic-Conservative).

Users can also compare each individual answer with those attributed to each of the parties.

The app does not collect information that can be traced back to any individual user of the tool.

WhoGetsMyVoteUK.com is available for prospective voters across the EU, not only in the UK, but also in Spain, Ireland, Germany, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Cyprus.