Difference between Plebiscite and Referendum?

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The difference between a plebiscite and a referendum is that one is the phrasing and one is the vote. A referendum is the phrasing of what the vote is about. Plebiscite is the vote itself, the election for the referendum.
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Not a lot. It's more of a technical difference rather than a practical one and it seems to vary from country to country. A referendum is a public vote on a specific subject, while
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Plebiscite - The public expression of a community's opinion without required force. Referendum - The process of referring a political question to the voters for a direct decision
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