Talk:Informed majority coalition criterion

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Change of strategy

User:Closed Limelike Curves, regarding the clarification request: that (Absolute Condorcet)//X is no more strategically susceptible than X if X meets the InfMC criterion is shown in Durand's paper. That the strategy on election where the methods are both vulnerable may change follows from the incompatibility of Condorcet with LNHarm and LNHelp, and thus that IRV has zero burial incentive while Condorcet//IRV has nonzero. Hence for some elections, (Absolute Condorcet)//IRV must be susceptible to burial whereas IRV is not. Kristomun (talk) 19:30, 12 April 2024 (UTC)

Ahh, I see what you mean. Thanks! I mistook the statement as saying that Condorcification can never change which candidate could win with strategic voting.—Closed Limelike Curves (talk) 17:46, 15 April 2024 (UTC)