Re: How should "None Of The Above" be used?
On Tue, Mar 29, 2005 at 07:04:44PM +0200, Luk Claes wrote:
> Osamu Aoki wrote:
> | Hi,
> Hi Osamu
> | I have a technical question on how to vote for the DPL voting system for
> | the following example:
> | | Suppose there are 3 candidates:
> | | * Mr. good
> | | * Mr. unsuitable
> | | * Mr. bad
> | | Basically I want only Mr. good to be elected. Otherwise, I think it is
> | | better to call there were no one for DPL. At the same time, if by
> | | chance "Mr. unsuitable" and "Mr. bad" are dueling, I want to cast weigh
> | | to "Mr. unsuitable".
> | Is this correct answer?
> |  Mr. good
> |  Mr. unsuitable
> |  Mr. bad
> |  None Of The Above
> I think so.
I hoped so too.
> | As I read voting system, anything below "None Of The Above" is the same.
> Where did you find that?
A black hole in the ballot paper sent by the secretary :-)
Let me quote the part started this:
| Unranked choices are considered equally the least desired
| choices, and ranked below all ranked choices.
Somehow I took this as "Choices under 'None Of The Above' are considered
equally the least desired choices, and ranked below 'None Of The
As I read it again, I do not know why. Please laugh my lack of
attention or admire my skill for imagination.