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== Complying Methods ==
 
*'''Complies''': [[Schulze method|Cloneproof Schwartz Sequential Dropping]]
*'''Fails''': [[Approval voting]], [[Cardinal Ratings]], [[Borda count]], [[Plurality voting]], [[Instant-Runoff Voting]]
 
strategy, hence the name Strategy-Free Criterion.
 
[[Schulze method|Cloneproof Schwartz Sequential Dropping]] was shown to comply with both the
Condorcet and Generalized Condorcet Criteria (CC and GCC) above.
Although compliance with CC and GCC are important, those criteria apply
Strategy-Free criterion goes further and shows that, under certain
reasonable conditions, a majority of voters have no incentive to vote
insincerely. The fact that [[Schulze method|Cloneproof Schwartz Sequential Dropping]] also complies with SFC
therefore enhances the significance of CC and GCC considerably.
 
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