Some Voting Tables
Richard Moore
rmoore4 at home.com
Thu Dec 13 22:34:42 PST 2001
DEMOREP1 at aol.com wrote:
> Here's an example that turns out to be more interesting than it first
> appears to be:
>
> (Sincere intensities or utilities are in parentheses.)
>
> 45 A(100) B(50) C(0)
> 30 B(100) C(50) A(0)
> 25 C(100) A(50) B(0)
>
> 100
> ----
> D- As usual -- since NO majority of the voters gives an ABOVE 50 to any of
> them, then none of them should be chosen.
Alright, here's the example modified for those who believe in absolute
utilities:
45 A(100) B(60) C(20)
30 B(100) C(60) A(20)
25 C(100) A(60) B(20)
But this change doesn't affect any of Forest's or my observations.
-- Richard
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