Isn't scoring subjective? What if some voters are "easier graders" than others?

Isn't scoring subjective? What if some voters are "easier graders" than others?

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The idea that voters are subjectively “grading” the candidates in STAR Voting is not quite correct. In STAR, voters offer an objective level of support from 0 (no support) to 5 (maximum support) to each candidate. These support levels are then added up for all of the candidates to determine the two most broadly supported candidates overall. It is up to each voter to decide how much or how little support to offer each candidate. If a voter strongly prefers one candidate over the rest of the field, this can be shown on the ballot; likewise if a voter wants to support several candidates, that can be shown as well. Every voter has an equal, full range of expression about each candidate.

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  • Sara Wolk
    published this page in Learn 2018-09-25 19:23:11 -0700