Sincere Score Voting is a good strategy
I forgot all about this page.
It shows that normalized sincere Score Voting is a better strategy than bullet voting, on average. /cc @kristineb
But what's also interesting is we point out on another page.
> Now consider that a [normalized] sincere Range Voting ballot [has about 91% (or more) of the effectiveness of a perfectly strategic vote (in the 3-candidate study; 80% or more in the 5-candidate case), and it requires essentially no thought and no math.
In other words, even if the theoretical best strategy is to carefully calculate your "approval threshold" and max/min-score the candidates around it, a typical voter without advanced math expertise is so likely to mess that up that a sincere vote is actually better. Better not just than a bullet vote, but better than an optimal "approval" vote.