Voting Systems and the Condorcet Paradox | Infinite Series
by Super User, 1 week ago.
*Correction: The ballots at 1:20 were labeled incorrectly. At 1:20 the top ballot should read 1 Green, 2 Blue and 3 Purple and the bottom ballot should read 2 Green, 3 Blue and 1 Purple. Thank you to Hoarder who first noted this.
*Correction: What's stated is the converse of the Condorcet Criterion. Oops - Stating conditionals can be tricky! For more details, see: https://www.reddit.com/r/math/comments/6hh9sb/voting_systems_and_the_condorcet_paradox_infinite/diyft53/
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With access to a complete set of ranked ballots - which means we know every person’s opinions - it seems like a clear winner should emerge. But it doesn’t. The outcome of the election depends critically on what process you use to convert all those individual’s preferences into a group preference.
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