DemoChoice Web Poll: ASUC 2002 Academic VP Election (UC Berkeley)
1 candidate will be elected with 6,175 ballots cast.

Table form | Chart form: First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 1    
------------------------------------------------------- 50%
Tony Falcone, Student Action/BECS/Unite  2,529  (41.0%) 
EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE __________ :
Peter Tadao Gee, Cal-SERVE  2,181  (35.3%) 
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC ________________ :
Kevin Deenihan, Squelch!  1,274  (20.6%) 
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB _________________________________ :
Stuart Neft, Pokemon  191  (3.1%) 
DDDD ___________________________________________________ :
   
Results   Redistributed Votes (to these colors)
Stuart Neft, Pokemon Defeated
B E F

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, view the table form, or ask a question.
The dotted line represents the number of votes that guarantees victory (50% of counted votes).

In the first round, the first choices on each ballot are tallied.
No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory, so the last-place candidate (Stuart Neft, Pokemon) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

New colors:
F
None of these

next round Next Round














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: ASUC 2002 Academic VP Election (UC Berkeley)
1 candidate will be elected with 6,175 ballots cast.

Table form | Chart form: First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 2    
------------------------------------------------------- 50%
Tony Falcone, Student Action/BECS/Unite  2,557  (41.9%) 
EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE _________ :
Peter Tadao Gee, Cal-SERVE  2,207  (36.2%) 
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC ________________ :
Kevin Deenihan, Squelch!  1,338  (21.9%) 
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ________________________________ :
None of these  73   
F ______________________________________________________
   
Results   Redistributed Votes (to these colors)
Kevin Deenihan, Squelch! Defeated
CCCCCCCC EEEEE FFFFFFFFFF

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, view the table form, or ask a question.
The dotted line represents the number of votes that guarantees victory (50% of counted votes).

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory, so the last-place candidate (Kevin Deenihan, Squelch!) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

next round Next Round














 
  
DemoChoice Web Poll: ASUC 2002 Academic VP Election (UC Berkeley)
1 candidate will be elected with 6,175 ballots cast.

Table form | Chart form: First Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 3    
------------------------------------------------- 50%
Tony Falcone, Student Action/BECS/Unite  2,874  (51.8%) 
EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE :EE
Peter Tadao Gee, Cal-SERVE  2,674  (48.2%) 
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC _ :
None of these  627   
FFFFFFFFFFF ______________________________________
   
Results  
Peter Tadao Gee, Cal-SERVEDefeated 
Tony Falcone, Student Action/BECS/UniteElected 

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, view the table form, or ask a question.
The dotted line represents the number of votes that guarantees victory (50% of counted votes).

Tony Falcone, Student Action/BECS/Unite has enough votes to guarantee victory and is declared a winner.
In the end, 46.5% of all cast ballots counted toward a winner. This compares to 41% if only the first-round votes were used.

The Ballot Depth section shows how much lower rankings contributed to the tally.
















 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: ASUC 2002 Academic VP Election (UC Berkeley)
1 candidate will be elected with 6,175 ballots cast.

Table form | Chart form: First Round | Final Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Ballot Depth: This shows how much the lower rankings on ballots contributed to the winning candidate.

Rank Fraction of votes for winner
1st 88.0% 
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
2nd 9.7% 
XXXXXX
3rd 2.3% 
X