Given a voting rule $f : \{1,1\}^n \to \{1,1\}$ it’s natural to try to measure the “influence” or “power” of the $i$th voter. One can define this to be the “probability that the $i$th vote affects the outcome”.
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Given a voting rule $f : \{1,1\}^n \to \{1,1\}$ it’s natural to try to measure the “influence” or “power” of the $i$th voter. One can define this to be the “probability that the $i$th vote affects the outcome”. [...] 

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