(Voting between three candidates) Suppose there are three candidates, A, B, and C. A tie for… 1 answer below »

(Voting between three candidates) Suppose there are three candidates, A, B, and C. A tie for first place is possible in this case; assume that a citizen who prefers a win by x to a win by y ranks a tie between x and y between an outright win for x and an outright win for y. Show that a citizen’s only weakly dominated action is a vote for her least preferred candidate. Find a Nash equilibrium in which some citizen does not vote for her favorite candidate, but the action she takes is not weakly dominated.