B wins in Bruce's 2 examples.

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B wins in Bruce's 2 examples.

Craig Carey-2
B wins in both of Bruce's examples, by Condorcet's method, because
B is the alternative least beaten by any other alternative that beats
it, as measured by how many people rank that other alternative over it.

B is the candidate over which fewest voters rank the alternative ranked
over it by the most voters. But this 2nd way of wording it is probably
no a good way to say it if the object is to avoid making it sound
complicated.


Mike


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