Re: DIS: Score Voting

2019-05-27 Thread Owen Jacobson
I don’t find a computer simulation of something as subjective as satisfaction to be very convincing, even given the relative soundness of the paper itself. I’d be against score voting _specifically because_ it appears to encourage - and indeed work best with - strategic rather than honest

Re: DIS: Score Voting

2019-05-26 Thread Bernie Brackett
If everyone votes strategically, then it's still an okay voting system. The source for proof that it's the best is this image: Which I found is from this: https://www.electionscience.org/library/tactical-voting-basics/ despite me first finding it here: https://ncase.me/ballot/ On Sun, May 26,

Re: DIS: Score Voting

2019-05-26 Thread omd
On Sat, May 25, 2019 at 3:20 PM Bernie Brackett wrote: > it feels like there's a discussion going on involving what exactly single > transferable vote means, so I feel like I should bring up that Score Voting > has mathematically been proven to be better. Is there any reason not to > switch to

Re: DIS: Score Voting

2019-05-26 Thread James Cook
On Sun, 26 May 2019 at 01:20, James Cook wrote: > On Sat, 25 May 2019 at 22:20, Bernie Brackett wrote: > > it feels like there's a discussion going on involving what exactly single > > transferable vote means, so I feel like I should bring up that Score Voting > > has mathematically been proven

Re: DIS: Score Voting

2019-05-25 Thread James Cook
On Sat, 25 May 2019 at 22:20, Bernie Brackett wrote: > it feels like there's a discussion going on involving what exactly single > transferable vote means, so I feel like I should bring up that Score Voting > has mathematically been proven to be better. Is there any reason not to > switch to it?

DIS: Score Voting

2019-05-25 Thread Bernie Brackett
it feels like there's a discussion going on involving what exactly single transferable vote means, so I feel like I should bring up that Score Voting has mathematically been proven to be better. Is there any reason not to switch to it?