The Arrow Impossibility Theorem States That

Question 15
Multiple Choice

The Arrow impossibility theorem states that A) no system of voting can be devised that will always consistently represent the underlying preferences of voters. B) it is impossible for a majority voting system not to consistently represent the preferences of voters. C) it is impossible to separate corporate desires from public bureaucracy. D) no system of voting can be devised that will ensure a 100 percent voter turnout.