How are Boule Members Selected?
Simple Random Sample Stratified Random Sample By Boule Supermajority Vote Today, possible changes from column 1 towards column 2 are interrelated. For example, finding Citizens willing to serve will generally be by geographic sampling areas. These can be found from the voter district registration lists, which consequently encourages a move towards Citizens registered to vote. Data generated this way can be used for a stratified random sample. However, at some future time, more comprehensive demographic databases may permit de-coupling of columns 1 and 2 so the change options may become more flexible and the sample quality better. Any decision to reduce the scope (rows A and B) of those serving on the Boule will be easier to make than to reverse due to the natural human tendency to perpetuate the easier solution. Therefore, the initial Boule must be the most rigorous and any reduction in scope of Membership has to be approved by the nationwide Electorate in a Direct Initiative. On the o