Majority Judgment

Some articles on majority judgment, majority:

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 of the 2007 French presidential ... voting with two different absolute approval thresholds, Condorcet voting, and majority judgment, they found that range voting had the highest (worst. 100%, 98%, and 94% of the time, respectively) majority judgement elected both centrists and extremists (56% extremists) and range, Borda, and approval voting with a lower approval threshold elected centrists (6 ...
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 ... the median 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 ...

Famous quotes containing the words judgment and/or majority:

    My beauty, though but mean,
    Needs not the painted flourish of your praise.
    Beauty is bought by judgment of the eye.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

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