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Saari Triangles for a Three-Candidate Election
Colorcoded Country Comparison
U.S. Presidential Interconnections and Exclusions
U.S. Presidential Interconnections
Power Voting Systems Like the United Nations Security Council
Comparing Voting Systems for a Normal Distribution of Voters
The Ballot Problem
World Energy: Electricity, Oil, and Gas
Three-Candidate Elections Using Saari Triangles
The 1860 US Presidential Election under Different Voting Methods
House of Representatives Reapportionment by Hill's Method
Theoretical Model: Condorcet's Jury Theorem, Part 1
Kernel Density Estimations: Condorcet's Jury Theorem, Part 5
Europe Vote Exponent
Asylum in the United States
Parliamentary Seat Allocation by the Sainte-LaguŽ Method
2002-2008 New Zealand General Election Results under Varying Cutoff Procedures
The Banzhaf Power Index of States for Presidential Candidates
November 7, 2012
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