Are ranked choice ballots confusing for the average voter?

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No. Whether it's deciding what car to buy or what menu item to order, we make ranked choices every day of our lives. Shouldn't we have the same power to rank candidates for public office? Ranked choice voting just makes sense. In the 2011 mayoral election in Portland, 94% of voters surveyed said that they “fully understood” the ballot design and the voting instructions.

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