Donkey Vote

Donkey Vote

  • High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A donkey voter is someone who votes for candidates based solely upon the order they are listed on the ballot paper. In Australia, where all federal and state and territory electoral systems combine compulsory turnout with some form of preferential voting, a donkey vote refers to the practice of numbering the candidates' boxes sequentially from top to bottom of the ballot-paper, rather than taking the time to number the candidates in the voter's own thought-out order of preference. However, now that most States use a system of optional preferential voting, where voters may add as many preference votes as they wish after voting for their preferred candidate, the term mainly applies to Federal elections where, for a vote to be valid, the voter must enter a preferential vote for each candidate. There are different versions of the phenomenon applicable in the Australian House of Representatives, Australian Senate and in the Australian jurisdictions ... (vollständige Produktbeschreibung -> siehe Tabelle unten)
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Donkey Vote

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A donkey voter is someone who votes for candidates based solely upon the order they are listed on the ballot paper. In Australia, where all federal and state and territory electoral systems combine compulsory turnout with some form of preferential voting, a donkey vote refers to the practice of numbering the candidates' boxes sequentially from top to bottom of the ballot-paper, rather than taking the time to number the candidates in the voter's own thought-out order of preference. However, now that most States use a system of optional preferential voting, where voters may add as many preference votes as they wish after voting for their preferred candidate, the term mainly applies to Federal elections where, for a vote to be valid, the voter must enter a preferential vote for each candidate. There are different versions of the phenomenon applicable in the Australian House of Representatives, Australian Senate and in the Australian jurisdictions that use the Hare-Clark system. Donkey votes are typically cast by uninterested voters, protesting voters or voters ignorant about the voting system.

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EAN 9786131633386
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Frederic P. Miller