Difference between revisions of "Score voting"

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(→‎Notes: Attempt to remove bias by pointing out how absurd the behaviour described would be)
When the Score winner is the Condorcet winner, and all voters expressed all of their ranked preferences with the scores, then this means that each voter could exaggerate their preference in each head-to-head matchup from the weak pairwise preference they expressed in Score to a maximal pairwise preference and obtain the same result if the head-to-head matchups are used to find the Condorcet winner in both circumstances. The same holds for when the Score ranking is equivalent to the [[Condorcet ranking]].
When using the [[Rated pairwise preference ballot#Rated or ranked preference]] implementation with [[Pairwise counting#Negative vote-counting approach]], the score for a candidate can be interpreted as a partial ballot marking that candidate i.e. a voter with rated preferences giving a candidate a 3/5 would be considered to give them 0.6 votes in every matchup, whereas a voter who has ranked preferences would instead give 1 vote.
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