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Re: Constitutional amendment: Condorcet/Clone Proof SSD vote tallying

On Sun, May 25, 2003 at 06:21:13PM +0200, Markus Schulze wrote:
>    37 ACB
>    32 BAC
>    28 CBA
>    03 CAB
>    A:B=40:60
>    A:C=69:31
>    B:C=32:68
>    Default option: A.
>    Quorum: 30.
>    B meets quorum.
>    C meets quorum.

C fails to reach its majority requirement and is dropped.

>    Manoj's May 15 proposal would choose A.

B and A are the only remaining options, and B defeats A. B wins.

(I'd expect there to be a case where monotonicity is violated here,
but only in a vote with less than 2*quorum votes received. In any case,
this isn't it.)


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