Approval Voting in Germany: Description of a Field Experiment
The 2008 state elections in the German state of Hesse were expected to be extremely close. However, nobody expected that forming a new governmentwould reveal itself to be impossible and, after long months of unsuccessful attempts, new elections would have to be called for almost exactly 1 year later.
KeywordsState Election Vote Share Absolute Majority Approval Vote District Election
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