Score voting or range voting   is an electoral system for single-seat elections, in which voters give each candidate a score, the scores are added or averaged ,   and the candidate with the highest total is elected. It has been described by various other names including evaluative voting ,  utilitarian voting ,  interval measure voting ,  the point system , ratings summation , voting , libertarian voting, [ citation needed ] capitalism voting, [ citation needed ] average voting, [ citation needed ] and utility voting. It is a type of cardinal voting electoral system. A crude form of score voting   was apparently used in some elections in ancient Sparta , by measuring how loudly the crowd shouted for different candidates. The Republic of Venice elected the Doge in a multi-round system, with the round that actually named the Doge being a three point score election For, Neutral, Against. A modern governmental example is the selection process for the Secretary-General of the United Nations , which also has a three-point scale "Encourage," "Discourage," and "No Opinion".
Elections News: 63.3% turnout in phase 6 of Lok Sabha elections, says EC
Elections News: % turnout in phase 6 of Lok Sabha elections, says EC - The Economic Times
Never miss a great news story! Get instant notifications from Economic Times Allow Not now. A high voter turnout, including over 80 per cent in Assam, was recorded in the third and largest phase of Lok Sabha elections Tuesday covering constituencies amid complaints of EVM malfunctioning in many states and killing of a man outside a booth in West Bengal. Total voter turnout for 3rd phase of LokSabhaElections is
More than 20 million early votes cast so far, as women, older voters lead the way
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