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60% of all population votes.

The elected leader gets 40% of all votes. (40% of 60% = 24%). The first runner up gets 30% of votes. Rest 30% is divided among other participants.

So my question is, the leader we choose is liked by only 24% of all population. Other 76% dislike him. And he still leads us. This is the reason majority of people don’t like their elected leader because most of them have voted against them.

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