Elections Quiz Part 2

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What is meant by a strong government?
When the executive branch is dominant
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What is meant by a stable government
When a government tends to survive their full term and are unlikely to be removed from power between elections
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What is the difference between majoritarian and majority systems?
In majoritarian systems candidates must achieve over 50% of the vote, simly majority systems just requires one more vote than the other candidate
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What are 3 functions of elections
Accountability, Representation and Legitimacy
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What is a delegate
an individual authorised to act on behalf of others but who is bound to clear instructions
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What is Partisan Dealignment?
The decline in strong voter identification with political parties
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