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Display titleStatus Quo Approval
Default sort keyStatus Quo Approval
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Page creator84.144.48.16 (talk)
Date of page creation18:24, 14 June 2005
Latest editorPsephomancy (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit03:50, 2 February 2019
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Most voting systems with a status quo bias (such as decisions about constitutions) have that bias in form of a requirement to get much more than 50% for a change proposal to pass, for example 75%. Status Quo Approval has a bias, while it is still possible for a change to happen that has simply more than 50%.
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