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Page creatorimported>WikipediaBot
Date of page creation20:38, 26 January 2005
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Date of latest edit17:32, 26 May 2020
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A split vote, or vote-splitting, occurs in an election when a voter supports more than one candidate but is unable to express their endorsement on the ballot. As such, vote splitting is a consequence of Ballot Type. This means more expressive ballots have less or no vote splitting. Vote splitting is normally defined by either unwanted consequences or strategic voting but is hard to define rigorously. There are a number of criteria related to vote-splitting which are more rigorous.
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