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Page creatorimported>Homunq
Date of page creation17:33, 18 October 2016
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Date of latest edit02:57, 9 April 2020
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Graded Bucklin systems are those single-winner voting systems which allow voters to grade candidates at one of several levels, with tied or skipped grades allowed, and then guarantee that the winner will be one of those candidates with the highest median. These systems include MCA, Majority Judgment, MAS, ER-Bucklin, Graduated Majority Judgment, and others. They are often described using a Bucklin-like procedure:
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