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  • ...nner STV because it is simpler and because it is the most widely advocated electoral reform in the United States. See [[Table of voting systems by nation]]
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  • ...lists is kept to a relatively small "top up" in order to grant an in-built electoral advantage to larger parties. AV also differs from most versions of AMS in [[Category:Multi-winner voting systems]]
    2 KB (253 words) - 16:55, 10 April 2007
  • ...ny contrary votes). This is the system used by most States for the [[U.S. Electoral College]]. It is also used in the UK by the [[Trades Union Congress]]; in [[Category:Multi-winner voting systems]]
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  • ...or continuation to a next round of voting or play, it is either single- or multi-winner, as everyone who is not disapproved of is in effect a winner, for that roun ...tionally identical to [[approval voting]] and some [[preferential voting]] systems respectively.
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  • == Impact of scattered voting on two-round systems == ...e advocated as part of most [[deliberative democracy]] proposals. Other [[electoral reform]] and [[grassroots democracy]] advocates prefer [[instant-runoff vot
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  • '''Voting systems''' or '''election methods''' are methods for groups of people to select one A key property of voting systems is that, because they are algorithms, they must be formally defined. Conse
    14 KB (2,104 words) - 15:15, 29 December 2016
  • '''Proportional Representation''' ('''PR''') describes various multi-winner [[voting system]]s which try to ensure that the proportional support gained ...litical parties is the [[single transferable vote]] (STV). Some electoral systems, such as the [[single non-transferable vote]] and [[cumulative voting]] are
    5 KB (740 words) - 15:28, 16 March 2005
  • ...cess in STV for balancing the votes between constituencies, so the overall electoral result is merely the sum of the constituency results. However, in older STV systems there is a loophole:
    12 KB (1,912 words) - 08:05, 19 October 2009
  • ...oters were given one vote, this is equivalent to the [[First Past the Post electoral system]] voting. [[Category:Multi-winner voting systems]]
    2 KB (251 words) - 05:54, 15 February 2012
  • ...e winner) cannot harm the winner.</ref> [[consistency criterion for voting systems|consistency]], the [[Condorcet method|Condorcet loser criterion]],<ref>Neve [[Category:Non-proportional multi-winner electoral systems]]
    8 KB (1,121 words) - 09:41, 18 October 2016