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The favorite betrayal criterion (sometimes called sincere favorite criterion) is a voting system criterion which requires that "voters should have no incentive to vote someone else over their favorite".[1] Voting systems failing the criterion are vulnerable to a kind of strategy called decapitation, i.e. removing the top ("head") of a ballot.[2]
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