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Display titleCorrelated Instant Borda Runoff
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Page creatorimported>DanBishop
Date of page creation22:52, 23 December 2005
Latest editorPsephomancy (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit19:03, 12 April 2020
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Correlated Instant Borda Runoff (CIBR) is a preferential voting system for single-winner elections, devised by Ken Kuhlman in May 2005 in order to reduce Borda's susceptability to clones.
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