<iframe title="The flaw in every voting system" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/rbVoEjS6Q1Q?feature=oembed" height="113" width="200" style="aspect-ratio: 1.76991 / 1; width: 100%; height: 100%;" allowfullscreen="" allow="fullscreen"></iframe> **Duration:** 18:26 **Language:** **Complexity:** **Topics:** # šŸ“’ Personal Notes --- date: 2024-03-20 --- # YouTube ![]() ## Description: -> [Youtube video Link](https://www.youtube.com/embed/rbVoEjS6Q1Q) ## Summary: The video explores the concept of strategic voting in elections, focusing on the Gibbard-Satterthwaite theorem. It describes how different voting systems can lead to strategic behavior among voters, illustrating this with a scenario involving monkeys and their fruit preferences. - Voting systems can incentivize strategic voting. - Condorcet paradox can lead to cyclical preferences. - Reasonable voting systems may still lead to strategic voting. Topics: Election systems, strategic behavior, Condorcet paradox.