Okay, so I went searching your posts, since you claim 20 or so pages later that the link you put in your first post has no relation to voting and is therefore was a red herring. On page two I get another arrow link. http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/watkins/arrow.htm
You do realize that it was a preference ranking? Not one vote? It said which of these is your rank. Person A ranks 1 for Chocolate, 2 for strawberry, three for Vanilla etc. In it all possible choices were labeled X,Y, and Z. In it all were equal. However, two things are obvious. One is that banana got no votes. The second is that each of those person’s choices were measured. I was not asked so my potential vote had no worth to the study.
Why do their votes count and mine don’t? It isn’t fair.
Get it, even a vote in something like this have values and are ranked on those values, and those that did not vote had no value?