
VoteFair Ranking Results calculated at
www.VoteFair.org 2015March5 18:39
Poll
title:
American Idol poll, Season 14, Top 24, Second week
Question (number
1) title:
Who is your favorite and secondfavorite male singer? 
VoteFair
representation
Ranking 

Firstmost representative choice is: 
Clark Beckham 
Secondmost representative choice is: 
Nick Fradiani 
Thirdmost representative choice is: 
Quentin Alexander 
Additional levels of representation were not calculated.
(There may be too many questions, too many choices for this question,
or too many votes, or no further calculations were requested.) 

VoteFair
representation
ranking results should be used when more than one choice is to be selected.
Why? When there are 100 voters, 51 of them can choose the first winner,
so the other 49 voters deserve extra influence in choosing the second winner
(instead of letting the 51 voters also choose the second winner).
When should representation results be used?
When a second candidate is elected to a second equivalent seat in a state legislature,
or when an organization pursues a simultaneous second activity in addition to the most popular activity. 

Data and Calculation Summary 
Number of votes:
286 
The following tally table summarizes all the preferences of all the voters.
The bold underlined numbers are the ones that apply to the winning sequence. 

All possible pairs of choice names 
Number of votes with indicated preference 
Prefer X over Y 
Equal preference 
Prefer Y over X 
X
=
Clark Beckham
Y
=
Nick Fradiani 
101

106

79

X
=
Clark Beckham
Y
=
Quentin Alexander 
115

94

77

X
=
Clark Beckham
Y
=
Qaasim Middleton 
120

93

73

X
=
Clark Beckham
Y
=
Daniel Seavey 
126

99

61

X
=
Clark Beckham
Y
=
Rayvon Owen 
133

101

52

X
=
Clark Beckham
Y
=
Riley Bria 
132

103

51

X
=
Clark Beckham
Y
=
Savion Wright 
135

99

52

X
=
Clark Beckham
Y
=
Mark Andrew 
137

103

46

X
=
Clark Beckham
Y
=
Trevor Douglas 
139

100

47

X
=
Clark Beckham
Y
=
Adam Ezegelian 
132

104

50

X
=
Clark Beckham
Y
=
Michael Simeon 
141

105

40

X
=
Nick Fradiani
Y
=
Quentin Alexander 
105

92

89

X
=
Nick Fradiani
Y
=
Qaasim Middleton 
114

94

78

X
=
Nick Fradiani
Y
=
Daniel Seavey 
117

103

66

X
=
Nick Fradiani
Y
=
Rayvon Owen 
117

104

65

X
=
Nick Fradiani
Y
=
Riley Bria 
131

103

52

X
=
Nick Fradiani
Y
=
Savion Wright 
128

100

58

X
=
Nick Fradiani
Y
=
Mark Andrew 
124

108

54

X
=
Nick Fradiani
Y
=
Trevor Douglas 
131

102

53

X
=
Nick Fradiani
Y
=
Adam Ezegelian 
126

106

54

X
=
Nick Fradiani
Y
=
Michael Simeon 
123

106

57

X
=
Quentin Alexander
Y
=
Qaasim Middleton 
100

90

96

X
=
Quentin Alexander
Y
=
Daniel Seavey 
110

94

82

X
=
Quentin Alexander
Y
=
Rayvon Owen 
116

94

76

X
=
Quentin Alexander
Y
=
Riley Bria 
116

92

78

X
=
Quentin Alexander
Y
=
Savion Wright 
118

98

70

X
=
Quentin Alexander
Y
=
Mark Andrew 
116

96

74

X
=
Quentin Alexander
Y
=
Trevor Douglas 
123

99

64

X
=
Quentin Alexander
Y
=
Adam Ezegelian 
122

96

68

X
=
Quentin Alexander
Y
=
Michael Simeon 
116

98

72

X
=
Qaasim Middleton
Y
=
Daniel Seavey 
103

94

89

X
=
Qaasim Middleton
Y
=
Rayvon Owen 
104

98

84

X
=
Qaasim Middleton
Y
=
Riley Bria 
119

98

69

X
=
Qaasim Middleton
Y
=
Savion Wright 
119

95

72

X
=
Qaasim Middleton
Y
=
Mark Andrew 
112

96

78

X
=
Qaasim Middleton
Y
=
Trevor Douglas 
125

98

63

X
=
Qaasim Middleton
Y
=
Adam Ezegelian 
125

99

62

X
=
Qaasim Middleton
Y
=
Michael Simeon 
116

95

75

X
=
Daniel Seavey
Y
=
Rayvon Owen 
98

99

89

X
=
Daniel Seavey
Y
=
Riley Bria 
96

101

89

X
=
Daniel Seavey
Y
=
Savion Wright 
98

98

90

X
=
Daniel Seavey
Y
=
Mark Andrew 
96

101

89

X
=
Daniel Seavey
Y
=
Trevor Douglas 
98

104

84

X
=
Daniel Seavey
Y
=
Adam Ezegelian 
91

104

91

X
=
Daniel Seavey
Y
=
Michael Simeon 
88

106

92

X
=
Rayvon Owen
Y
=
Riley Bria 
98

103

85

X
=
Rayvon Owen
Y
=
Savion Wright 
107

103

76

X
=
Rayvon Owen
Y
=
Mark Andrew 
100

106

80

X
=
Rayvon Owen
Y
=
Trevor Douglas 
106

103

77

X
=
Rayvon Owen
Y
=
Adam Ezegelian 
101

103

82

X
=
Rayvon Owen
Y
=
Michael Simeon 
94

105

87

X
=
Riley Bria
Y
=
Savion Wright 
93

102

91

X
=
Riley Bria
Y
=
Mark Andrew 
91

105

90

X
=
Riley Bria
Y
=
Trevor Douglas 
105

105

76

X
=
Riley Bria
Y
=
Adam Ezegelian 
93

106

87

X
=
Riley Bria
Y
=
Michael Simeon 
101

103

82

X
=
Savion Wright
Y
=
Mark Andrew 
101

104

81

X
=
Savion Wright
Y
=
Trevor Douglas 
106

104

76

X
=
Savion Wright
Y
=
Adam Ezegelian 
105

101

80

X
=
Savion Wright
Y
=
Michael Simeon 
104

103

79

X
=
Mark Andrew
Y
=
Trevor Douglas 
103

104

79

X
=
Mark Andrew
Y
=
Adam Ezegelian 
98

104

84

X
=
Mark Andrew
Y
=
Michael Simeon 
102

107

77

X
=
Trevor Douglas
Y
=
Adam Ezegelian 
93

107

86

X
=
Trevor Douglas
Y
=
Michael Simeon 
92

105

89

X
=
Adam Ezegelian
Y
=
Michael Simeon 
97

105

84



The highest score (which equals the sum of the bold underlined numbers, plus either tally number in any tied pair of choices) is:
7,342 
Number of all possible valid sequences (without ties):
479,001,600 
First sequence:

Adam Ezegelian

Clark Beckham

Daniel Seavey

Mark Andrew

Michael Simeon

Nick Fradiani

Qaasim Middleton

Quentin Alexander

Rayvon Owen

Riley Bria

Savion Wright

Trevor Douglas

Last sequence:

Trevor Douglas

Savion Wright

Riley Bria

Rayvon Owen

Quentin Alexander

Qaasim Middleton

Nick Fradiani

Michael Simeon

Mark Andrew

Daniel Seavey

Clark Beckham

Adam Ezegelian


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Copyright 2009 Solutions Through Innovation at www.VoteFair.org 

Detailed ballot information
(The numbers indicate the choices
as listed in "First sequence" above,
a comma indicates the next lower preference level,
"&" joins choices at the same preference level,
and "x" precedes the vote count.)

1&2&3&4&5&6&7&8&9&10&11&12 x57

1&2&3&4&5&6&8&9&10&11&12,7 x1

1&8,2&3&4&5&6&7&9&10&11&12 x1

1,10,4,2&3&5&6&7&8&9&11&12 x1

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 x2

1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9&10,11,12,3 x1

1,3,5,7,6,2,9,8&12,4,11,10 x1

1,3,8,7,11,10,6,9,2,12,4,5 x1

1,6,2&3&4&5&7&8&9&10&11&12 x2

1,7,5,6,10,2,8,12,3,11,9,4 x1

1,7,9,2,4,5,6,11,10,8,3,12 x1

1,8,6,5,3,2,9,10,12,11,4,7 x1

10,11,12,8,9,7,5,3,2,1,4,6 x1

10,12,1&2&3&4&5&6&7&8&9&11 x1

10,12,6,11,5,2,4,3,1,9,8,7 x1

10,2,1&3&4&5&6&7&8&9&11&12 x1

10,4,7,2,1,11,3&5&6&8&9&12 x1

10,7,2,5,1,4,9,6,8,3,12,11 x1

11,1&2&3&4&5&6&7&8&9&10&12 x3

11,12,8,9,10,6,5,4,3,2,1,7 x1

11,6,1,2,4,5,7,8,9,10,12,3 x1

11,6,2,7,10,5,9,8,4,3,12,1 x1

11,7,1&2&3&4&5&6&8&9&10&12 x1

11,8,1&2&3&4&5&6&7&9&10&12 x1

11,8,3,1&2&4&5&6&7&9&10&12 x1

11,8,7,2,5,4,10,6,1,12,9,3 x1

11,8,9,2,7,6,5,1,4,10,12,3 x1

11,9,1&2&3&4&5&6&7&8&10&12 x1

11,9,8,7,4,6,1&2&3&5&10&12 x1

12,1&2&3&4&5&6&7&8&9&10&11 x2

12,1,5,3,7,11,4,2,8,9,6,10 x1

12,10,11,9,7,8,6,5,1,3&4,2 x1

12,11,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 x1

12,11,8,1&2&3&4&5&6&7&9&10 x1

12,2,3,5,11,9,6,7,10,1,4,8 x1

12,3,1&2&4&5&6&7&8&9&10&11 x1

12,3,10,1,7,2&4&5&6&8&9&11 x1

12,3,2,6,7,11,4,5,10,9,1,8 x1

12,3,5,11,10,6,7,9,4,2,1,8 x1

12,8,1&2&3&4&5&6&7&9&10&11 x1

12,9,11,7,10,4,3,1,8,6,2,5 x1

2&4&6&10,1&3&5&7&8&9&11&12 x1

2&8,3,9,1&4&5&6&7&10&11&12 x1

2,1&12,10,8,6,4,5,7,3,11,9 x1

2,1&3&4&5&6&7&8&9&10&11&12 x1

2,1,8,12,6,9,11,4,10,7,3,5 x1

2,10,11,4,9,8,5,12,6,7,1,3 x1

2,10,7,8,9,4&6,11,5,3,12,1 x1

2,11,12,8,5,1,3,9,6,7,4,10 x1

2,12,10,6,8,9,11,4,1,3,5,7 x1

[Remaining ballots not listed]

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