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The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) is an agreement among a group of U.S. states and the District of Columbia to award all their electoral votes to whichever presidential candidate wins the overall popular vote in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. The compact is designed to ensure that the candidate who receives the most votes nationwide is elected president, and it would come into effect only when it would guarantee that outcome. As of June 2022, it has been adopted by fifteen states and the District of Columbia. These states have 195 electoral votes, which is 36% of the Electoral College and 72% of the 270 votes needed to give the compact legal force. Certain legal questions may affect implementation of the compact. Some legal observers believe that the compact will require explicit congressional consent under the Compact Clause of Article I, Section X of the U.S. Constitution, or that states have the plenary power to appoint presidential electors as prescribed by the compact under the Elections Clause of Article II, Section I. Other legal observers disagree that the power of states is broad enough to appoint their electors in accordance with the compact, and that the Electoral College cannot be altered to appoint presidential electors in accordance with the national popular vote except by a constitutional amendment. 全国普选票州际协定(National Popular Vote Interstate Compact)是美国若干州份之间的协定,其目的旨在改革美国目前在总统选举中施行的选举人团制度,间接实现全民普选。协定规定,一旦所有加入协定的州份所持有的选举人团票总数超过全国总数的一半,加入的各州就会把所有选举人团票投给全国普选票中的胜出者;届时加入的各州便能以压倒性多数使全国普选中得票最多的候选人当选。而在以上条件尚未达到的情况下,各州依然按照现行制度投票,保持现状不变。 Der National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (Abkürzung NPVIC oder NaPoVoInterCo) ist ein Abkommen zwischen verschiedenen US-Bundesstaaten in Hinsicht auf den Modus der Präsidentschaftswahl. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt bedeutet es so viel wie „Zwischen-bundesstaatlicher Pakt für die landesweite Wählerstimmenzählung“. Die Präsidentschaftswahl in den Vereinigten Staaten erfolgt bisher indirekt, das heißt der Präsident wird nicht durch die Wähler direkt gewählt, sondern die Wähler wählen ein Wahlkollegium, das Electoral College, das dann den Präsidenten wählt. Jeder Bundesstaat wählt dabei entsprechend seiner Bevölkerungszahl Wahlmänner in das Wahlkollegium. In der großen Mehrheit der Bundesstaaten gilt dabei das Mehrheitsprinzip, d. h. der jeweilige Gewinner bekommt alle Wahlmänner-Stimmen. Dieses Wahlsystem hat viel Kritik auf sich gezogen. Mit der NPVIC-Initiative versuchen verschiedene Bundesstaaten letztlich auf dem Wege zwischenstaatlicher Abkommen eine landesweite Direktwahl des Präsidenten umzusetzen, ohne die Verfassung der Vereinigten Staaten ändern zu müssen. O Pacto Interestadual pelo Voto Popular (em inglês, National Popular Vote Interstate Compact) é um acordo entre um grupo de estados norte-americanos e o Distrito de Colúmbia para outorgar todos os seus votos no Colégio Eleitoral ao candidato a presidente que obtiver a maior votação popular a nível nacional. Iniciado em 2006, o pacto foi elaborado para garantir que o candidato que recebesse o maior número de votos populares diretos em todo o país seja eleito presidente dos Estados Unidos. Por não ter alcançado a maioria dos votos do Colégio Eleitoral, ainda não se encontra em vigor. O presidente norte-americano é eleito com uma maioria absoluta dos votos do colégio eleitoral (atualmente, pelo menos 270), distribuídos para cada estado de acordo com sua bancada no Congresso. Portanto, para entrar em vigor, os estados signatários do pacto devem representar pelo menos 270 votos no Colégio Eleitoral. Até junho de 2019, havia sido adotado por quinze estados e pelo Distrito de Columbia, totalizando 195 votos, ou 36,2% do Colégio Eleitoral e 72,2% do necessário para conter força legal. Desde o século XVIII, o país realizou 58 eleições presidenciais. Destas, cinco foram vencidas por um candidato que não recebeu o maior número de votos populares, mas prevaleceu no Colégio Eleitoral. A maior diferença percentual ocorreu em 1824, quando John Quincy Adams foi eleito presidente tendo 10,5% de votos populares a menos que Andrew Jackson, enquanto que na eleição de 2016 houve a maior diferença de votos entre o vencedor e o perdedor, com Donald Trump registrando 2,9 milhões de votos a menos que Hillary Clinton. Os defensores do pacto argumentam que o sistema eleitoral obriga os candidatos à presidência a focarem tempo e dinheiro em estados específicos, deturpando a vontade nacional, muitas vezes diminuindo a participação do eleitorado em estados sem eleições acirradas. De acordo com pesquisas conduzidas pela Gallup desde a década de 1940, a maioria dos norte-americanos preferem eleger o presidente de modo direto, incluindo uma maioria de democratas, republicanos e independentes. Le National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (en français « accord inter-États du vote national populaire ») est un accord conclu entre des États des États-Unis et incluant le district de Columbia (un Interstate compact - voir liste des États ci-dessous) visant à faire élire le président américain de facto au scrutin direct en attribuant les grands électeurs de chaque état signataire au candidat à la présidentielle arrivé en tête en termes de suffrages populaires au niveau fédéral. Cet accord est conçu pour s'assurer que le candidat qui a obtenu le plus de voix sur l'ensemble du pays sera bien le président élu, l'élection présidentielle américaine étant une élection indirecte au cours de laquelle les électeurs élisent par État un certain nombre de grands électeurs qui votent ensuite pour élire le président et le vice-président. L'accord n'est destiné à entrer en vigueur que lorsqu'un total d'États équivalant à au moins 270 grand électeurs l'auront adoptée, ce chiffre étant la majorité absolue des 538 grands électeurs. Conclu en février 2006, il a été signé à la date de juillet 2020, par 15 États et le district de Columbia, et confirmé par referendum dans le Colorado . Ensemble, en incluant le Colorado, cela représente 195 votes de grands électeurs soit 36 % du collège électoral et 72 % des 270 grands électeurs nécessaires pour donner une force légale à l'accord. Certaines questions juridiques, néanmoins, pourraient affecter l'application de cet accord en rendant nécessaire le consentement du Congrès ou entraîner le vote d'un amendement à la Constitution. L'abolition ou l'amendement du collège électoral pour que l'élection présidentielle respecte plus le vote populaire est une question ancienne aux États-Unis, ainsi depuis le début du XIXe siècle plus de 900 amendements à la Constitution ont été déposés sans succès. Het National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) is een overeenkomst tussen een groep Amerikaanse staten en het District of Columbia om hun kiesmannen bij presidentsverkiezingen automatisch toe te kennen aan de kandidaat die nationaal het meeste voorkeursstemmen haalt, in het geval dat de NPVIC-leden samen goed zijn voor minstens de helft van de kiesmannen. Zo willen zij ervoor zorgen dat de kandidaat met landelijk het meeste stemmen daadwerkelijk verkozen wordt. In het huidige stelsel kan een kandidaat namelijk het Kiescollege winnen met minder stemmen maar meer kiesmannen dan zijn tegenstander. De vrijwillige overeenkomst is ondertekend door Californië, Connecticut, Colorado, Delaware, Hawaï, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington en Washington D.C. De deelnemers aan het compact hebben gezamenlijk 195 kiesmannen, ofwel 36,2% van het totaal en 72,2% van de kiesmannen die nodig zijn om het compact in werking te laten treden. De ondertekenende staten hebben in het zittingsjaar 2019/20 allemaal een Democratische meerderheid in beide kamers. De kans is klein dat swing states zich bij de overeenkomst aansluiten omdat hierdoor de Republikeinse invloed zou verminderen. Het wordt noodzakelijk geacht dat staten met een Republikeinse meerderheid zich aansluiten bij het compact. Het pact treedt pas in werking zodra de ondertekenaars 270 kiesmannen of meer vertegenwoordigen.
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O Pacto Interestadual pelo Voto Popular (em inglês, National Popular Vote Interstate Compact) é um acordo entre um grupo de estados norte-americanos e o Distrito de Colúmbia para outorgar todos os seus votos no Colégio Eleitoral ao candidato a presidente que obtiver a maior votação popular a nível nacional. Iniciado em 2006, o pacto foi elaborado para garantir que o candidato que recebesse o maior número de votos populares diretos em todo o país seja eleito presidente dos Estados Unidos. Por não ter alcançado a maioria dos votos do Colégio Eleitoral, ainda não se encontra em vigor. Le National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (en français « accord inter-États du vote national populaire ») est un accord conclu entre des États des États-Unis et incluant le district de Columbia (un Interstate compact - voir liste des États ci-dessous) visant à faire élire le président américain de facto au scrutin direct en attribuant les grands électeurs de chaque état signataire au candidat à la présidentielle arrivé en tête en termes de suffrages populaires au niveau fédéral. Der National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (Abkürzung NPVIC oder NaPoVoInterCo) ist ein Abkommen zwischen verschiedenen US-Bundesstaaten in Hinsicht auf den Modus der Präsidentschaftswahl. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt bedeutet es so viel wie „Zwischen-bundesstaatlicher Pakt für die landesweite Wählerstimmenzählung“. 全国普选票州际协定(National Popular Vote Interstate Compact)是美国若干州份之间的协定,其目的旨在改革美国目前在总统选举中施行的选举人团制度,间接实现全民普选。协定规定,一旦所有加入协定的州份所持有的选举人团票总数超过全国总数的一半,加入的各州就会把所有选举人团票投给全国普选票中的胜出者;届时加入的各州便能以压倒性多数使全国普选中得票最多的候选人当选。而在以上条件尚未达到的情况下,各州依然按照现行制度投票,保持现状不变。 The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) is an agreement among a group of U.S. states and the District of Columbia to award all their electoral votes to whichever presidential candidate wins the overall popular vote in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. The compact is designed to ensure that the candidate who receives the most votes nationwide is elected president, and it would come into effect only when it would guarantee that outcome. As of June 2022, it has been adopted by fifteen states and the District of Columbia. These states have 195 electoral votes, which is 36% of the Electoral College and 72% of the 270 votes needed to give the compact legal force. Het National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) is een overeenkomst tussen een groep Amerikaanse staten en het District of Columbia om hun kiesmannen bij presidentsverkiezingen automatisch toe te kennen aan de kandidaat die nationaal het meeste voorkeursstemmen haalt, in het geval dat de NPVIC-leden samen goed zijn voor minstens de helft van de kiesmannen. Zo willen zij ervoor zorgen dat de kandidaat met landelijk het meeste stemmen daadwerkelijk verkozen wordt. In het huidige stelsel kan een kandidaat namelijk het Kiescollege winnen met minder stemmen maar meer kiesmannen dan zijn tegenstander.
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Keyssar
dbpprop:1p
195
dbpprop:1pp
120 178 736
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2020
dbpprop:2a
Neale Nolan
dbpprop:2p
1 4 8
dbpprop:2y
2019
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Adoption by states whose collective electoral votes represent a majority in the Electoral College. The agreement would then be in effect only among them.
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January 2006
dbpprop:dateEffective
Not in effect
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NPVIC status|signatories
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Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote
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yes