The use of UTAUT to investigate the Intention to use E-Voting System in Jordan mediated by Perceived Value

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Fadi Yousef Krayyem ALkhazali, Albattat, Ahmad


The study aimed to expand the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) to investigate the intention to use the E-Voting system in Jordan, considering the mediating effect of perceived value. The study population consists of 18 years old and above citizens who has the right to poll and vote in legislative and local elections. To achieve the objectives of the study, the analytical descriptive research method was used, where the researcher prepared a questionnaire that was distributed electronically to a sample of 384 participants. The results showed a significant positive effect of performance expectations, effort expectation, gender, case facilitation, and awareness regarding intention to use the E-Voting system through perceived value in Jordan. The higher the performance expectation, the greater the intent to use the E-Voting system through perceived value.

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