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Page creatorimported>RamonLlull
Date of page creation20:00, 28 April 2006
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Any voting system that guarantees the election of a greatest possible consensus winner satisfies the greatest possible consensus criterion and unanimous consensus criterion. Approval voting and disapproval voting satisfy the greatest possible consensus criterion. Condorcet methods, the Borda count, IRV, and plurality voting do not.
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