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Display titleInstant Runoff Normalized Ratings
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Page creatorimported>Bolson
Date of page creation18:01, 2 February 2005
Latest editorKristomun (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit15:04, 18 December 2021
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Instant Runoff Normalized Ratings, or IRNR is a method devised by Brian Olson.[1] Based on a ratings ballot, the method seeks to give every voter equal power and encourage honest ratings.
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