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Display titleMajority criterion
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Page creatorimported>KVenzke
Date of page creation18:44, 26 March 2005
Latest editorClosed Limelike Curves (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit19:12, 2 February 2024
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The majority criterion is a criterion for evaluating voting systems. It can be most simply thought of as "if a majority prefers a candidate as their unique 1st choice (i.e. they prefer this candidate above all other candidates), then the majority's 1st choice must win."
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