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A Rand Study of Balanced Plurality Voting

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Rand has reported on a study of likely outcomes in the 2000 elections to make a comparison between plurality voting and balanced plurality voting.  In summary, voter participation improves with the balanced option and the margin of Biden's lead over Trump widens.

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