1. STV stands for....
- Seven Tiny Vikings
- Single Transferrable Vote
- Standard Tranferable Vote
- Single Transactional Vote
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2. In 1951,
- Labour won the General Election.
- The Conservatives formed the goverment with a lower proportion of the vote to Labour.
- Labour formed the goverment with a lower proportion of the vote to the Conservatives.
- There was a coalition formed.
3. The closed party list system is used in the European Elections, but a disadvantage is that....
- it creates doubt to the status of the 'top up' members legitmacy.
- It creates gerrymandering.
- It allows extemist parties to gain more seats. UKIP gained 12 in 2004.
- It is majoritarian.
4. The main aspects of STV are....
- A close link between the constituent and their MP and unlikely coalitions.
- Unfair to smaller parties and many wasted votes.
- Multi-member constituencies and wider representation.
- Larger constituencys for sparesly populated areas and majoritarianism.
5. AV is used for the Labour and Lib Dem party leadership election, but AV+ is used...
- No where.
- Northern Ireland.
- Police and Crime comissioner.
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