New York City
29
6
6
Los Angeles
15
10
4
Chicago
9
4
7
Houston
4
3
6
Phoenix
3
6
5
Philadelphia
9
5
4
San Francisco
10
13
10
Boston
9
5
7
Seattle
10
7
1
Washington D.C
5
4
8
New York City
29
Los Angeles
15
Chicago
9
Houston
4
Phoenix
3
Philadelphia
9
San Francisco
10
Boston
9
Seattle
10
Washington D.C
5
New York City
44
Los Angeles
22
Chicago
0
Houston
0
Phoenix
0
Philadelphia
0
San Francisco
0
Boston
0
Seattle
0
Washington D.C
0
New York City
47
Los Angeles
30
Chicago
24
Houston
16
Phoenix
16
Philadelphia
21
San Francisco
38
Boston
28
Seattle
23
Washington D.C
22
New York City
423
Los Angeles
276
Chicago
202
Houston
131
Phoenix
137
Philadelphia
179
San Francisco
325
Boston
232
Seattle
201
Washington D.C
170
New York City
43
Los Angeles
22
Chicago
0
Houston
0
Phoenix
0
Philadelphia
0
San Francisco
0
Boston
0
Seattle
0
Washington D.C
0

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First Three Choices

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This is a chart of the first three choices. You might be able to tell the winner just by looking at this chart but most of the times you need to choose a voting system.

Winner?

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The winner is usually chosen by one voting system. There can be different winner depending of the voting system. We show you here who won the most voting system.
CandidateVoting System Won
New York City6 (First Past The Post,
Alternative Voting,
Supplementary Vote,
Borda Count,
Approval Voting,
Condorcet Method)
Number of votes 103
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First Past The Post

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The First Past The Post only count the first vote.
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Alternative Voting

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The Alternative vote goes like this :
  1. Count the first vote.
  2. If one candidate have more than 50% of vote, he is the winner.
  3. If there is only one candidate left, he is the winner.
  4. If no winner found, remove the one with the worst score and distribute their second vote.
  5. Go back to number 2 (until a winner is found).
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Supplementary vote

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The Supplementary vote goes like this :
  1. Count the first vote.
  2. If one candidate have more than 50% of vote, he is the winner.
  3. If no winner, remove all the candidates but the best two.
  4. Distribute the second vote of thoses that voted for an eliminated candidate.
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Borda Count

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The Borda count goes like this, where n is the number of candidates :
  • Every first vote give n points
  • Every second vote give n-1 points
  • Every third vote give n-2 points
  • Every ... vote give ... points
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Approval Voting

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The approval voting count every approved vote for one point. The order of the choices don't matter for this system.
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Condorcet Method

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The Condorcet method finds the winner by doing a one-on-one with every participant. The winner needs to be prefered to every other opponent. I recommend to visit the Wikipedia link if you haven't heard of the Condorcet method before.
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CandidateCorresponding letter
New York City A
Los Angeles B
Chicago C
Houston D
Phoenix E
Philadelphia F
San Francisco G
Boston H
Seattle I
Washington D.C J

Prefer ... Over ABCDEFGHIJ
A414545454234404044
B232830282924282729
C151922212120221822
D151014111513161115
E161313121312151116
F171718191816171620
G282832363435343036
H222221262420202128
I221622202122202122
J191418191816181317