Actually, that's not true. Your 15% assumes each person only voted for one color (because the percentage represents not the number of people voting, but the number of votes cast). However, if we assume each person voted for the maximum (19 colors), then that would mean only five people voted - and one of them got lazy and only voted for 15 options. Of course, the largest current split difference (15 lavender to 1 blue) indicates that at least fourteen people voted. If fourteen voted, that's an average of 6.5 votes each, and it also would mean that it is not 16% of people getting lavender, but 100%. I think that's a pretty noteworthy difference!Kekasi wrote:Are we going to get a poll after this one with the top 5?
Because so far only 15% of us will get a color we want.
In summary: We only really need one round of voting here to select a base color, and then another round of voting to make sure we have exactly the right shade.