1. Plurality voting - Wikipedia

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    Plurality voting is an electoral system in which each voter is ... it may be referred to as winner-takes-all or bloc voting. The system is often used to elect members ...

  2. Winner-Take-All Politics - Wikipedia

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    Winner-Take-All Politics: ... and Democrats the authors call "Republicans-for-a-day", aided the Republicans in establishing a winner-take-all system.

  3. Winner-take-all - Ballotpedia

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    22.05.2015 · Winner-take-all or winner-takes-all is an electoral system in which a single political party or group can elect every office within a given district or ...

  4. winner-take-all system | elections | Britannica.com

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    winner-take-all system: ... ...Only Maine and Nebraska have chosen to deviate from this method, instead allocating electoral votes to the victor in each House ...

  5. What is a winner-take-all election? | Reference.com

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    25.10.2017 · A winner-take-all election is when the political candidate who receives the most number of votes wins the election. It is the predominant method of voting ...

  6. Winner Take All Electoral System - FairVote

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    Winner-take-all” is a term used to describe single member district and at large election systems that award seats to the highest vote getters without ensuring ...

  7. Winner | Define Winner at Dictionary.com

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    Winner definition, a ... winner take all, a situation or outcome whereby the winner receives all the prizes or rewards.

  8. What does winner takes all mean in elections - …

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    21.07.1980 · What does winner takes all mean in elections? ... All but two US states use this winner take all system in the presidential election.

  9. Winner-Takes-All Market - Investopedia

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    28.06.2010 · What is a 'Winner-Takes-All Market' A winner-takes-all market is a market in which the best performers are able to capture a very large share of the ...

  10. FairVote - More on winner-take-all

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    Winner-take-all” is a term used to describe single member district and at large election systems that award seats to the highest vote getters without ensuring ...