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These voting methods involve [[runoff|runoffs]] to determine the winner. All such methods pass the [[Condorcet loser criterion]], because a Condorcet loser will lose a runoff to any other candidate.
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These voting methods involve [[runoff|runoffs]] to determine the winner. All such methods pass the [[Condorcet loser criterion]], because a Condorcet loser will lose a runoff to any other candidate. Some of these methods do "automatic" or "instant" runoffs which are determined based off of the ballot information, rather than having voters vote in a separate election. They generally do this using [[pairwise counting]].
 
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[[Category:Majority rule-based voting methods]]

Latest revision as of 09:54, 12 April 2020

These voting methods involve runoffs to determine the winner. All such methods pass the Condorcet loser criterion, because a Condorcet loser will lose a runoff to any other candidate. Some of these methods do "automatic" or "instant" runoffs which are determined based off of the ballot information, rather than having voters vote in a separate election. They generally do this using pairwise counting.

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Pages in category "Runoff-based voting methods"

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