Difference between revisions of "Instant Runoff Normalized Ratings"

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Unfortunately usually the best strategy in IRNR[p] is simply to (strategically) plurality-vote, i.e.
giving all candidtescandidates except one a rating of zero.
This is true whenever there are two "frontrunner" candidates judged to be far more likely
to win than the others and p is finite. If(Then pvote isfor infinitethe IRNRbest justamong becomesthese equivalent to [[range voting]]two.)
If p is infinite IRNR just becomes equivalent to [[range voting]]
in the range [-1, 1] with an extra rule demanding that the best- or worst-rated
candidate must have a rating with absolute value 1.
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