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Third-party candidates are better off under ________. a. the majority system b. the winner-take-all system c. proportional representation d. the plurality system e. the spoils system

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Kevin Sutter on September 5, 2018

The answer is "c. proportional representation".Third-party candidates are better off than under proportional representation.Proportional representation voting (PR) is the principle opponent of the majority, the greater part of the vote. Among the advanced western, the rule of most governments has become the transcendent system of voting.The fundamental approach of proportional representation is basic: officers are elected in multi-member areas instead of a single part of the locale, and the number of seats that a meeting of victories in a decision related to the extent of their support among the voters.

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