A comment on Duverger’s Law

Please pardon the missing thesis statement

The main part of Duverger’s Law states that “a majority vote on one ballot is conducive to a two-party system” (Duverger 1972). By this, he meant plurality elections in single-seat districts (e.g., most Congressional elections) or multi-seat districts in which all seats go to a single winner (e.g., in the Electoral College).

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