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<p>[[Plurality voting]], [[Approval voting]], [[Cardinal Ratings]], [[Borda count]], and [http://www.mcdougall.org.uk/VM/ISSUE6/P4.HTM Woodall's DAC and DSC methods] all pass the Participation Criterion. [[Condorcet method | Condorcet methods]], [[Majority Choice Approval]], and [[IRV]] fail.</p>
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<p>[[Plurality voting]], [[Approval voting]], [[Cardinal Ratings]], [[Borda count]], and Woodall's [[Descending Acquiescing Coalitions|DAC]] and [[Descending Solid Coalitions|DSC]] methods all pass the Participation Criterion. [[Condorcet method | Condorcet methods]], [[Majority Choice Approval]], and [[IRV]] fail.</p>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:01, 22 March 2005

Statement of Criterion

Adding one or more ballots that vote X over Y should never change the winner from X to Y.

Complying Methods

Plurality voting, Approval voting, Cardinal Ratings, Borda count, and Woodall's DAC and DSC methods all pass the Participation Criterion. Condorcet methods, Majority Choice Approval, and IRV fail.

Some parts of this article are derived with permission from text at http://electionmethods.org

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