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Display titleReweighted range voting
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Page creatorimported>Bshanks
Date of page creation01:16, 6 April 2013
Latest editorClosed Limelike Curves (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit21:51, 25 February 2024
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"Reweighted range voting" (also possibly referred to as reweighted score voting) is one of many cardinal proportional representation voting systems. It is a multi-member system (and a variant on score voting) designed as a natural extension of the Webster or Jefferson Method to a multi-member system. If two-level score (i.e. "approval voting") ballots are used then it reduces to sequential proportional approval voting ("SPAV"). It is therefore one of the three extensions of sequential proportional approval voting to score ballots along with sequential proportional score voting and single distributed vote.
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