This category is for articles about voting methods. Articles about specific voting methods should be moved into sub-categories that describe their properties.
Criteria in evaluating voting systems[edit | edit source]
Various criteria are used in evaluating voting systems. However, it is impossible for one voting system to pass all criteria in common use. For example, Arrow's impossibility theorem demonstrates that many desirable criteria are mutually inconsistent.
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This category has the following 14 subcategories, out of 14 total.
- ► Apportionment methods (2 P)
- ► Binary voting methods (4 P)
- ► Cardinal voting methods (2 C, 29 P)
- ► Delegated voting methods (5 P)
- ► Irrelevant ballot immune methods (2 P)
- ► Non-deterministic voting methods (3 P)
Pages in category "Voting methods"
The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total.