Plurality (English, noun)

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Term or phrase plurality
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Definition The margin by which the votes for the winning candidate exceeds the votes for the losing candidate with the highest number of votes; if the winner receives more than 50% of the total votes they win with a majority, otherwise they win with a plurality.
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Source of definition online "The Redistricting Glossary," s.v. "plurality," National Conference of State Legislatures, accessed May 6, 2020, https://www.ncsl.org/research/redistricting/the-redistricting-lexicon-glossary.aspx
Significant terms and phrases margin, vote, win, candidate, exceed, lose, number, winner, total, majority, otherwise

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margin +, vote +, win +, candidate +, exceed +, lose +, number +, winner +, total +, majority +  and otherwise +
The margin by which the votes for the winning candidate exceeds the votes for the losing candidate with the highest number of votes; if the winner receives more than 50% of the total votes they win with a majority, otherwise they win with a plurality. +
"The Redistricting Glossary," s.v. "plurality," National Conference of State Legislatures, accessed May 6, 2020, https://www.ncsl.org/research/redistricting/the-redistricting-lexicon-glossary.aspx +