• No voting method can guarantee that winners will always have a majority of all votes cast because a majority winner doesn’t always exist, such as elections where there are three or more polarized factions who refuse to coalition.
  • When voters are able to support multiple options, like in STAR Voting, it's also possible for there to be multiple candidates who had the support of a majority of voters. For example pizza and burritos could both be majority supported dinner options in a family. In these cases, STAR voting not only ensures that the winner is majority preferred, but also that the strongest majority supported candidate wins.

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