The usual judgment is a single-winner electoral system invented by Adrien Fabre, a French social scientist, in 2019. It is a highest median voting method, a system of cardinal voting in which the winner is decided by the median rather than the mean.
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Just like the majority judgment, the usual judgment uses verbal appreciations − Bad, Inadequate, Passable, Fair, Good, Very Good, Excellent − rather than numerical to evaluates the candidates or options.