I've come up with the following question in my research: Let $S$ be a finite set of $n \times n$ matrices with elements 0 or 1. denote $n_i$ as the total number of 1's in the $i$th row of all matrices in $S$. We want to select one column of each matrix, such that for the $i$th row, at least $\lfloor \frac{\alpha n_i}{n} \rfloor $ of the ones in that row are selected. Is there any $\alpha>0$ that we can guarantee the existence of such selection? In particular, what is the maximum $\alpha$ that we can guarantee? Is there a previous well known result about this problem?

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