There are three types of electoral systems, and they are categorized as plurality or majority systems, mixed systems, and proportional representation systems. Based on the characteristics of all these systems, it becomes easy for the voter to determine which one gives them a great incentive to turnout despite the cost associated with the activities. Based on the electoral system's strengths and weaknesses, the proportional representation systems take precedence over the alternatives. The systems treat minority party's fairly, encourages turnout and reduce apathy. The systems also encourage greater consensus in policy making, thus reducing cases of biased governance.