Glasometar is an online tool for measuring the voting preferences in elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was built on the model of similar tools in BiH and abroad, and it was implemented in BiH for the general elections of 2010 and 2014, and represents one of the most advanced applications of this type in the entire region.

The idea of the tool is that citizens, through answers on default questions that have previously been answered by main political parties, as a result can get the level of agreement with political parties, as well as analyze their response in different ways in the context of political parties and their answers.

In addition to assisting citizens, this tool is very good for analyzing the ideological position of citizens and political parties and therefore this tool may have a politicological significance.


This project is funded by

The “Accountability, Technology and Institutional Openness Network in South East Europe - ACTION SEE” project is implemented by Metamorphosis Foundation, Westminster Foundation for Democracy, CRTA – Center for Research, Transparency and Accountability, Citizens Association Why not?, Center for Democratic Transition, Open Data Kosovo (ODK) and Levizja Mjaft!.