Reveling the Majority Winner

Mon Oct 19 17:54:11 PDT 1998

Mr. Davidson wrote in part--

     Now, let us shift one vote from A to C as follows: 3000 A, 2000 B, 1001 C
     How much say should the lower choices now have in the selection of a
majority winner?

D- Choice A no longer has a first choice majority of all the voters. If all of
the B or C voters vote for C or B then B or C will have a majority of all the
voters.  I repeat again- if initial conditions change, then different final
results may result.

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