The animals are back … this time to explain the alternative vote

Following the success of their video explaining the problems with first past the post, the animals are back – this time to explain how the Alternative Vote works:

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  • Neat, but you complete overlook the tactaical voting also inherent in the AV system.

    Such as the tiger voters who tactically vote gorilla to stop it getting eliminated before owl.

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