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Table 2 Voters’ choices

From: Sanctioning, selection, and pivotality in voting: theory and experimental results

Cases Voting preferences
Own-receipt is 0 taler, the other two voters receive 0 taler each, and the incumbent keeps 120 taler Incumbent/challenger
Own-receipt is 0 taler, the other two voters receive 30 taler each, and the incumbent keeps 60 taler Incumbent/challenger
Own-receipt is 0 taler, the other two voters receive 60 taler each, and the incumbent keeps 0 taler Incumbent/challenger
Own-receipt is 30 taler, one other voter receives 30 taler, another voter receives 0 taler, and the incumbent keeps 60 taler Incumbent/challenger
Own-receipt is 30 taler, the other two voters receive 30 taler each, and the incumbent keeps 30 taler Incumbent/challenger
Own-receipt is 40 taler, the other two voters receive 40 taler each, and the incumbent keeps 0 taler Incumbent/challenger
Own-receipt is 60 taler, one other voter receives 60 taler, another voter receives 0 taler, and the incumbent keeps 0 taler Incumbent/challenger