Group Decision - Secure Transparent Online Electoral Process
Voting Systems
Weighted Cumulative Voting
This election type is not available yet.

Description:  Where each voter may have a different number of votes to assign, eg: representing stocks in a company. The voter explicitly assigns weightings against each option.

Cumulative Voting Has two variants, "equal" and "weighted".

Equal is where if a voter marks 1 option, the entire value of the vote goes to that option. Where the voter marks 2 options, half the value of their vote would go to each. Where the number of marks a voter can make is the same as the number of options to be chosen, this is called "block" voting

The Weighted option is where each voter may have a different number of votes to assign, eg: representing stocks in a company. The voter explicitly assigns weightings against each option.

Commentary:  

History:  

Examples:  

External Links:  

Logoff