DemoChoice Web Poll: xyz 
2 candidates will be elected with 12 ballots cast. 
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Round 1 
Votes 

4 ^{1}/_{60} (33.5%)


Max 
a 
8  
(66.7%) 

1 
c 
2  
(16.7%) 

1 
d 
2  
(16.7%) 

1 
   


Results 

  a 
Elected   

  


Transfers (to these colors): 

 
   


Histograms

Surplus

New Max

Votes: Ballots


a 
3  ^{59}/_{60} 
^{1}/_{60} 
 

Each ballot initially counts toward its highestranked eligible choice. However, in future rounds, a maximum fraction of a ballot may be imposed on a candidate. This allows voters for popular winners (or for eliminated losers) to help unelected candidates or candidates elected later. If there are no such candidates, the leftover fraction goes back to the first winner, or count toward "none of these" if there are no ranked winners.
The ballot fraction precision is equal to 1/Seats(Seats+1), which ensures that winners can always be kept between Enough votes to win, more than (Total Votes for Candidates)/(Seats+1),
and the Ideal Number of votes, (Total Votes for Candidates)/Seats.
If all winners have at least "Enough" votes, it is impossible to elect too many candidates. This number is Ballots/(Seats+1) plus the smallest fraction.
If all winners have exactly the Ideal Number of votes, and they each have an equal voice, everyone who voted for a winner is equally represented.
The dotted line on the graph represents Enough votes.
The histogram shows how many ballots count a given fraction of a vote toward a winner. It is used to determine how much to lower the maximum.
Ballots that cannot count for a lowerranked candidate are not included in the histogram.
The maximum is reduced in steps of the defined fractional precision, reducing the surplus by the number of ballots in the affected histogram bins divided by that precision.
This process stops just before too many would be transferred. At this point, the affected bins are shown in red.
When only winners remain, they may reduce their maxima toward the Ideal Number.
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DemoChoice Web Poll: xyz 
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Round 2 
Votes 

4 ^{1}/_{60} (33.5%)


Max 
a 
4  ^{4}/_{60} 
(33.9%) 

^{1}/_{60} 
c 
2  
(16.7%) 

1 
d 
2  
(16.7%) 

1 
b 
3  ^{56}/_{60} 
(32.8%) 

1 
   


Results 

  c 
Defeated   

  


Transfers (to these colors): 

 
   



No elected candidates could reduce their maxima, so candidates were eliminated instead.
There was a tie among lastplace candidates, so one was chosen randomly.
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DemoChoice Web Poll: xyz 
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Round 3 
Votes 

4 ^{1}/_{60} (33.5%)


Max 
a 
4  ^{4}/_{60} 
(33.9%) 

^{1}/_{60} 
d 
4  
(33.3%) 

1 
b 
3  ^{56}/_{60} 
(32.8%) 

1 
   


Results 

  b 
Defeated   

  


Transfers (to these colors): 

 
   



No elected candidates could reduce their maxima, so candidates were eliminated instead.
The lastplace candidate is eliminated.
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Round 4 
Votes 

4 ^{1}/_{60} (33.5%)


Max 
a 
8  
(66.7%) 

^{1}/_{60} 
d 
4  
(33.3%) 

1 
   


Results 

  d 
Elected   
   



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Round 5 
Votes 

6 (50%)


Max 
a 
8  
(66.7%) 

^{1}/_{60} 
d 
4  
(33.3%) 

1 
   


Results 

  a 
Equalized   
   


Histograms

Surplus

New Max

Votes: Ballots


a 
2  
0 
 

The histogram shows how many ballots count a given fraction of a vote toward a winner. It is used to determine how much to lower the maximum.
Ballots that cannot count for a lowerranked candidate are not included in the histogram.
The maximum is reduced in steps of the defined fractional precision, reducing the surplus by the number of ballots in the affected histogram bins divided by that precision.
This process stops just before too many would be transferred. At this point, the affected bins are shown in red.
When only winners remain, they may reduce their maxima toward the Ideal Number.
Only winners remain, so the dotted line is raised to the Ideal Number.
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DemoChoice Web Poll: xyz 
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Round 6 
Votes 

6 (50%)


Max 
a 
8  
(66.7%) 

0 
d 
4  
(33.3%) 

1 
   


Results 
  


a  Elected    d  Elected   
   



No further maximum reductions are allowed, so the count is complete. All winners should be near the Ideal Number of votes.
Usually most ballots count toward their highestranked winner. Some count for two winners, but rarely more than that.
See the slice report. The depth report shows the contribution of lower choices to the result.
The "none of these" pile is an accurate measure of unsatisfied voters.
DemoChoice Web Poll: xyz 
2 candidates will be elected with 12 ballots cast. 
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Ballot Depth: This shows how much the lower rankings on ballots contributed to the winning
candidates.
Rank 
Fraction of votes for winners 
1st  83.3% 

2nd  16.7% 

DemoChoice Web Poll: xyz 
2 candidates will be elected with 12 ballots cast. 
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Slices: This shows the distribution of how many winners a ballot counted for.
Slices 
Percentage of ballots with that many slices 
1  100.0% 
