Difference between revisions of "Proportionality for Solid Coalitions"

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Arguably there is some kind of coalition of 45 voters backing candidates A through J here, and since the largest opposing coalition is 8 voters, D'Hondt would say that the 45-voter coalition ought to win all 5 seats. At that point, one could eliminate all candidates outside the 45-voter coalition (K and L) at which point A through E all are a Hare quota's 1st choice and must all win. This sort of thinking is generally what Condorcet PR methods such as Schulze STV do.
 
== See Also ==
 
* [[Proportional representation]]
* [[Justified representation]]
* [[Stable Winner Set]]
* [[Types of representation]]
 
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