Is there a country where people votes don't equal one another based on their personal circumstances?

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Aug 14, 2021 03:10 PM 0 Answers
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Sorry if this question is a bit harsh, but I am looking for any country (past or current) who implemented a system where people don't just have 1 equal vote each, a vote/point system that is based on their personal circumstances apart from wealth.

Example, a vote of an 18 years old who is going to live his next 60 years in the country doesn't equal one's vote who is 78 years old and might just die the next day.
Or a person who spent 7 years after school getting degrees doesn't equal one who went on claiming state support for 7 years after school.

Any sort of criteria(apart from wealth), doesn't have to be the ones above, just want to see if one exists, how is that country doing in general, would such system benefit it.

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