ballot theory

ballot theory
French\ \ théorie de scrutin
German\ \ Ballot-Theorie
Dutch\ \ ballot theory
Italian\ \ teoria di ballot
Spanish\ \ teoría de escritinio
Catalan\ \ teoria de l'escrutini
Portuguese\ \ teoria de escrutínio
Romanian\ \ -
Danish\ \ valgrunde teori
Norwegian\ \ stemmeseddel teori
Swedish\ \ omröstning teori
Greek\ \ θεωρία κάλπης
Finnish\ \ äänestysteoria
Hungarian\ \ szavazáselmélet
Turkish\ \ oy teorisi; oy teorisi
Estonian\ \ hääletamisteooria
Lithuanian\ \ balsavimo teorija
Slovenian\ \ glasovanje teorija
Polish\ \ teoria balotażu
Russian\ \ теория о баллотировке
Ukrainian\ \ теорема про балотування
Serbian\ \ -
Icelandic\ \ atkvæðagreiðslu kenning
Euskara\ \ eskrutinio teoria
Farsi\ \ -
Persian-Farsi\ \ قضيه راي‌گيري
Arabic\ \ نظرية الاقتراع
Afrikaans\ \ verkiesingsteorie
Chinese\ \ 投 票 理 论
Korean\ \ 투표이론

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