Definition of Spoiler effect

1. Noun. ''Voting theory.'' A term used to describe the effect a candidate on a close election to a corresponding political office (especially the office of the President of the United States), in which their candidacy results in the election being won by a candidate dissimilar to them, rather than a candidate similar to them. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spoiler Effect

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