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'''Bottom-Two-Runoff IRV (BTR-IRV)''' is a [[voting system]]<nowiki/>that selects a single winner using votes that express ranked preferences. '''BTR-IRV''' passes the [[Condorcet Criterion]], and is by definition a '''[[Condorcet method]]'''.
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'''Bottom-Two-Runoff IRV (BTR-IRV)''' is a [[voting system]]<nowiki/>that selects a single winner using votes that express ranked preferences. '''BTR-IRV''' passes the [[Condorcet Criterion]], and is by definition a '''[[Condorcet method]]'''.
   
'''BTR-IRV''' was conceived as a sort of <nowiki>[[Instant-runoff voting]]</nowiki>-Condorcet hybrid, in that the runoff it uses is very similar to IRV, but the runoff doesn't ever eliminate a Condorcet Winner.
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'''BTR-IRV''' was conceived as a sort of [[Instant-runoff voting]]-Condorcet hybrid, in that the runoff it uses is very similar to IRV, but the runoff doesn't ever eliminate a Condorcet Winner.

Revision as of 16:44, 9 February 2019

Bottom-Two-Runoff IRV (BTR-IRV) is a voting systemthat selects a single winner using votes that express ranked preferences. BTR-IRV passes the Condorcet Criterion, and is by definition a Condorcet method.

BTR-IRV was conceived as a sort of Instant-runoff voting-Condorcet hybrid, in that the runoff it uses is very similar to IRV, but the runoff doesn't ever eliminate a Condorcet Winner.