Condorcet Efficiency: A Preference for Indifference
The condorcet winner in an lection is the candidate who would be able to defeat all other candidates in a series pairwise elections. The Condorcet efficiency of a voting procedure is the conditional probability that it will elect the Condorcet winner, given that a Condorcet exists. The study considers the Condorcet efficiency of weighted scoring rules (WSR's) on three candidates for large electorates when voter indifference between candidates is allowed.
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