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==Variants and similar systems==
Score voting is in the class of [[Cardinal voting systems]] which contains many other methods.
Other [[Cardinal_voting_systems#Single_Member_Methods|single winner cardinal systems]] which take the same ballot as Score exist. [[STAR voting]] introduces an extra instant-runoff step, in which the majority preferred out of the top two rated candidates is chosen. [[Median Ratings]] utilizes the median rating as opposed to the mean rating to select the winner. [[Majority Judgment]] can also be thought of score voting using the median instead of the mean, except ratings are replaced by words and has a specific tie-breaking rule. [[Reciprocal Score Voting]] re-weights scores based on reciprocity between factions to encourage cooperation and discourage exaggeration.
[[Cardinal_voting_systems#Multi-Member_Methods|Multi-winner variantscardinal systems]] include many systems. The most popular for achieving high levels of [[Proportional representation]] are [[Reweighted Range Voting]], [[Single distributed vote]], [[Sequentially Spent Score]] and [[AllocatedSequential ScoreMonroe voting]].
== Connection to Condorcet methods ==


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