[EM] re Burlington
stepjak at yahoo.fr
Wed May 22 19:36:41 PDT 2019
Le mercredi 22 mai 2019 à 16:41:18 UTC−5, Kathy Dopp <kathy.dopp at gmail.com> a écrit :
>Does approval voting (where each voter may vote for up to n-1
>candidates when n candidates are running for an office) adhere to the
Methods that claim some form of Condorcet compliance usually have ballots that admit at
least some preferences to be marked on the ballot such that some candidate A is preferred
to B, who is in turn preferred to a third candidate C. For "full" compliance a ballot should
admit a full ranking.
Approval does satisfy Condorcet as far as can be discerned from the cast ballots, although
this is also true for first-past-the-post. In other words the cast ballots aren't capable of
showing a Condorcet failure. So this may or may not be good enough for you.
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