The name of the voting method
Does the Condorcet winner always win when they exist?
|Mutual majority criterion|
Does someone from a set of candidates that a majority of voters prefer over all others always win?
|Favorite Betrayal criterion|
Do voters ever have strategic incentive to indicate they prefer someone who isn't their honest favorite more than their honest favorite?
Does the candidate with the greatest utility always win?
Does a candidate that a majority of voters prefer over all others always win?
Does a candidate from the Smith set always win?
|Independence of Smith-dominated Alternatives criterion|
Does the same candidate always win when candidates not in the Smith set are added or removed from the election?
Can a voter hurt one of their more-preferred candidates' chances of winning by indicating a preference for a less-preferred candidate?
Which single-winner voting method does this voting method reduce to (become equivalent to) in the single-winner case?
|Party list case|
Which proportional allocation method does this voting method become equivalent to when voters vote on party lines?