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Range voting - a voting method where voters score each candidate on a scale, the scores are added up, and the candidate with the highest score wins.

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I would also like to hear an answer from a hardcore Score Voting enthusiast, but here are some possible partial answers: iSideWith.com will give you a list of candidates and the percentage you agree …
answered Jan 6 '17 by endolith
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Now that I understand strategy in Score better, here's an example: Suppose your true feelings about 5 candidates are: A: Love B: Like C: Neutral D: Dislike E: Hate So if the Score ballot goes fro …
answered Feb 24 '17 by endolith
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I've been reading a lot about voting systems, and Score Voting seems like a pretty good system, but Equal Vote Coalition advocates STAR Voting (= "Score Then Automatic Runoff", previously SRV = "Score …
asked Jan 4 '17 by endolith
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This isn't the best source, but supposedly the Doge of Venice was elected using a 3-point Score/Range system for over 500 years, by placing balls in colored urns. (Actually it might also be Combine …
answered Apr 11 by endolith