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Among the 1983 changes to the electoral rules for Australian Senate elections using the Single Transferable Vote (STV) was a new procedure for determining the transfer of vote surpluses. The adoption of this modified ('inclusive') Gregory method has tended to be overlooked in the literature, yet as this article shows-using both hypothetical and real-world examples-it incorporates an anomaly that could have significance for electoral outcomes. This has important implications not only with regarddoi:10.1080/1036114032000134001 fatcat:fpe3da65rvg5bn6i4rfxvae77i