Election Theory


Single Winner Theory Single Winner Elections try to find one candidate for one seat. Multi Winner Theory
Topic Replies Activity
About the Election Theory category 1 June 11, 2018
Score Distribution Evaluation 3 September 22, 2020
Do Condorcet methods encourage the formation of large parties? 7 September 14, 2020
Yee Diagramm - Strong monotonicity failure resistance 1 September 1, 2020
Last chance to vote for your favorite voting method! 6 September 5, 2020
SWS - Sequential Winner Salvation (More monotonic IRV) 6 August 30, 2020
Sequential Multiwinner Voting Methods Visualized 102 August 29, 2020
Electoral Reform Philosophies Poll 20 August 27, 2020
Merging cardinal baldwin and ranked pairs to create a (probably) monotonic voting method 7 August 26, 2020
Cardinal Baldwin Spinoff 84 August 26, 2020
Does this sequential variation of STAR exist? 55 August 24, 2020
Voting System Development Project: String Voting 19 August 18, 2020
Optimal "Phragmen Square" 3 August 14, 2020
Single Winner Voting Methods Visualized 26 August 10, 2020
Apportionment Algorithems Visualized 7 August 10, 2020
A new(?) STAR variant 121 August 7, 2020
Why Frohnmayer Balance may be Unimportant without High Levels of Voter Information 23 August 7, 2020
Variety of Voting Systems 76 August 4, 2020
Putative Supremacy of Outcomes of Range Voting 2 August 2, 2020
Is this a new voting system? 22 August 1, 2020
Negative vote-counting approach for pairwise counting 10 June 25, 2020
Wikipedia error on Cumulative Voting? 11 July 30, 2020
ParkerFriedland/TernaryPlot 5 July 26, 2020
Score/STAR ballots and the concept of liking someone "twice as much" as another 54 July 25, 2020
Maine IRV Primary Analysis 17 July 23, 2020
More ballot scenarios with Codepen 13 July 23, 2020
Thoughts on Vote Unitary 12 July 21, 2020
3 Unitary Proportional Variations on Sequentially Spent Score 15 July 17, 2020
STAR-RRV (no clone problem, more utilitarian) 14 July 16, 2020
Geodetically Stable Linear Orthogonal Redistricting Revisited 3 July 15, 2020