Llull-Approval Voting

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Llull-Approval Voting is a single winner voting system that attempts to form a compromise between approval voting and the Condorcet method. It is called by its name because it elects the member of the Schwartz set with the greatest number of approval votes.

Procedure[edit | edit source]

Each voter submits a total preference order. The procedure elects the member of the Schwartz set with the greatest number of approvals.