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Display titleStable Voting
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Page creatorKristomun (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation11:06, 14 January 2022
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Stable Voting is a Condorcet method devised by Wesley H. Holliday and Eric Pacuit.[1] It obeys the stability for winners with tiebreaking criterion:
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