Talk:Solid coalition

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What about non-solid coalitions?

"A solid coalition is a group of candidates preferred to everybody else" (used in mutual majority criterion) reminds me of Smith sets, which are a weaker kind of "coalition"; every candidate in the Smith set has their own "coalition" which supports them against any candidate outside of the Smith set. Is there a term for these "coalitions"? I'm editing Wikipedia and trying to leverage this kind of analogy; if there's a (CC, CLC, Smith)<->(MC, MLC, MMC) correspondence, where the difference is in terms of how "strong" the coalition is, I think these criteria become easier to understand.

(Maybe we can call them liquid coalitions?) Closed Limelike Curves (talk) 01:17, 2 February 2024 (UTC)