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{{Wikipedia|Cardinal voting}}
 
A '''ratings ballot''', or '''cardinal ballot''', is a ballot in which, for each candidate, a voter is asked to "rate" the candidate on a scale, for example from 0 to 100 or from −5 to +5. Ratings are usually (though not always) restricted to integer values. It is sometimes proposed that voters be able to give negative ratings (indicate disapproval/opposition), as in [[Evaluative voting]].
 
An [[approval ballot]] can be thought of as a ratings ballot with an integer scale from 0 to 1 (inclusive).
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