Difference between revisions of "Score voting"

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average score (where only nonblank scores are incorporated into the average)
is the winner.
 
One way of averaging scores is to use the Simple Majority Minimum Denominator - the average for candidates scored by at least a majority of voters is computed normally, while for all other candidates, their averages are calculated as if they had been scored by exactly a simple majority of voters.
 
(Another method of counting is to find the [[median]] score of each candidate, and elect the candidate with the highest median score - see [[Median Ratings]]. Because strategic voting will typically lead to a vast number of candidates with the same median, a secondary measure to resolve ties is needed.)
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