Majority Judgment

Some articles on majority judgment, majority:

Condorcet Criterion - Compliance of Methods - Non-complying Methods - Majority Judgment
... Majority Judgment is a system in which the voter gives all candidates a rating out of a predetermined set (e.g ... rating "fair", while C has the median rating "good" and hereby C is chosen winner by Majority Judgment ...
Later-no-harm Criterion - Examples - Majority Judgment - Conclusion
... Thus, Majority Judgment fails the Later-no-harm criterion ... Note, that Majority Judgment's failure to later-no-harm only depends on the handling of not-rated candidates ... would receive the best-possible rating, Majority Judgment would satisfy the later-no-harm criterion, but fail later-no-help ...
Evaluating Voting Systems Using Criteria - Experimental Criteria
... Laraki, the inventors of the majority judgment system, performed such an investigation using a set of simulated elections based on the results from a poll ... approval thresholds, Condorcet voting, and majority judgment, they found that range voting had the highest (worst) strategic vulnerability, while their own system majority ... tended to elect extremists (100%, 98%, and 94% of the time, respectively) majority judgement elected both centrists and extremists (56% extremists) and range, Borda, and ...

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