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What Is Voting?

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Aidan McCartney answered
Voting is defined as a method for a group by means of a meeting or electoral vote in order to make a decision. This method is most commonly found in democratic and republic governments and is used to decide on who shall lead the next government.

In a representative government, the word voting generally implies an election, which is a how an electorate selects the next candidate to lead the government. A vote (singular) refers to the act of an individual casting their vote to express their support for a particular political party or a particular candidate who is running for office or a particular policy that is trying to be introduced e.g. A referendum. The majority if not all companies operate a 'secret voting' system which uses at least a minimum amount of secrecy by taking steps to make sure that the voter's identity is kept secret. This is done by anonymous voting (no names on ballot paper) at polling stations which are opened all over the country on election days.

A voting or electoral system is a method used by voters when they are making a choice between two or more options either in an election or a national referendum. In most countries nowadays, the legal minimum age at which you can vote is 18. Also, in most countries, each member of the public decides whether or not they wish to vote (voting is voluntary), although in some countries such as Argentina, Australia, Belgium and Brazil, there is a compulsory voting system in place which legally requires everyone who is of the legal voting age to cast their votes in general elections and referendums.

The results of general election voting and referendum decisions have been known to cause outbreaks of confusion, and at worst violence or a civil war in some countries.
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Shezan Shaikh answered
Voting is a type of method that is used for the decision making where various groups such as electorates attempt to gauge the opinion. The alternate of voting is said to be the consensus decision making and betting. Voting can also be implied to elections that are a way for electorates to select among other candidates for office. A vote or a ballot is said to be the individual's act of voting. The voting procedure is mainly done with a minimum amount of secrecy; it helps protect the name and genuine identity of the voter. All the voting takes place at the voting station or the polling station.

Voting is one of the main aspects it is generally an individual's voice in a democracy. By not voting people actually vote for the person they don't want to elect. So it is always better to vote.

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