Tactical voting isn’t a practical strategy in alternative vote elections.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(01 Sep 2010)
One of the purported benefits of the Alternative Vote is that it would end the need to vote ‘tactically’ in elections, but this claim has been challenged by some commentators. Andy White of the Electoral Reform Society explains why, in practical terms, the claim stands up to scrutiny.
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