Inverse Wealth Sizing


There is a second method of assigning vote size. This is the inverse income sizing technique, which is a little more complicated than the arc sizing one. Here, a person’s vote size is calculated by the inverse of that person’s income relative to the largest income in the population. A slightly different version sizes a person’s vote on the inverse of that person’s income relative to the aggregated income of all people in the population.

Two different ways to calculate inverse wealth vote sizes; each encourages us to lessen the gap between the wealthiest and the poorest of people.

Two different ways to calculate inverse wealth vote sizes; each encourages us to lessen the gap between the wealthiest and the poorest of people.

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