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Ranked-choice systems do not penalize candidates with similar platforms.
It allows voters to more-fully express their preferences about all candidates.
First past the post trends toward two parties, potentially reducing overall voter choice.
First past the post is more susceptible to gerrymandering than comparable ranked systems
First past the post increases the likelihood of minority rule
a proportional system (such as STV or MMP) is even better again
Voters used to FPTP find it confusing, time-consuming, and sometimes even objectionable. It is also more costly to implement and complex to execute.
This could encourage political gridlock, as candidates would be more willing to take more extreme views.