|The one pretty clear cut case is when
one candidate beats all of the others. This case even has a special name;
a candidate who beats all of the others is the Condorcet winner.
(Named after the Marquis de Condorcet, who, like Borda, was an 18th
As you might guess, a big problem with using Condorcet winners is that
they often don't exist. Consider this very simple example with just three
candidates A, B, and C.
Using this table of preferences, suppose the election is between
just A and B. Fill in the number of votes each candidate will get.