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Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives

Statistics Definitions > What is Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives? Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives (IIA) is a condition that states that the relative likelihood of choosing from A from B won’t change if a third choice is placed into the mix. To put that another way: Let’s say an election was held between two candidates A, B, and C. Candidate A wins the election. Candidate C is later disqualified and removed;...