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Unformatted text preview: 4) Jefferson’s Method favors large states. 5) Adams Method favors small states. 6) The Huntington-Hill Methods also favors large states but to a much smaller extent than Jefferson’s does. 7) Webster’s favors neither large nor small states. 8) The two most fair methods are thought to be Huntington-Hill’s and Webster’s. 9) If Representative Shares are used to determine fairness, than Webster’s is considered more fair than HH. 10) If District Populations are used to determine fairness, than HH is considered more fair than Webster’s. 11) If bias is used to determine fairness, than Webster’s is the most fair method, and the 2 nd is HH. In other words, Webster’s is the least biased apportionment method we have studied, followed by HH. 12) The Huntington-Hill Method is currently in use today to apportion the House of Representatives and the Senate....
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course MGF 1107 taught by Professor Storfer during the Spring '08 term at FIU.
- Spring '08