Storable votes are a simple voting scheme that allows the minority to win occasionally, while treating every voter equally. Because the minority wins only when it cares strongly about a decision while the majority does not, minority victories occur without large costs and indeed typically with gains for the community as a whole. The book discusses how the theory is tested both in laboratory experiments and in a field test. Here you can download all the original data analyzed in the book. The data are organized according to the chapter in which they appear.