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Re: Condorcet Voting and Supermajorities (Re: [CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT] Disambiguation of 4.1.5)

On Fri, Dec 01, 2000 at 09:53:29AM -0600, Norman Petry wrote:
> A>B, B>C, A=C, A>D, B>D, C>D. ('>' means 'dominates', or beats pairwise)

Thanks, here's an example:

1000 ABCD
 100 CABD

10:1 supermajority.

Using the Smith/Condorcet method:

1000:100 B:C
110:0 A:B
100:100 C:A

A wins, my hypothesis was wrong.

I'll need to think about this a bit more.


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