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If yes, then which voting method you prefer?

1. Approval voting

2. Score voting

3. Instant runoff voting

If the U.S change it's voting method then other countries might to.



3 Answers

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It sure could use some help but I highly doubt that it will change anytime in our lifetime. The Electoral College is there for a reason that makes sense but you have to ask. Who or what is going to change it?

It's just going to get worse before it get's better.

Sorry but I don't see any changes happening..........unless.......

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I don't recall Adolf having held many elections. :)

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No. I do not believe.
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No, I don't think it should be changed.

I can't think of a single country in the world where the chief executive is chosen by national popular vote.

Usually it is done by the party (or coalition of parties) that has a majority of seats in the legislature, and such a majority does not necessarily coincide with who got an overall majority of the popular vote.

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What about multiple-choice voting.

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That might be useful if no candidate gets a majority.

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