Definition of electability in English:

electability

noun

See electable

  • ‘His electability is now dying in the sun of South Carolina.’
  • ‘Along the way he had swiftly enough developed that elusive political trait of electability.’
  • ‘According to the exit polls, the guy won because Democrats were looking for someone with electability.’
  • ‘The mailer highlighted Richardson's liberal positions, his support and donations to Democrats and questioned his electability.’
  • ‘In the weekend after the 1983 disaster, Labour looked to Kinnock and set out on the long road to electability.’