Another proposal would change Michigan’s Constitution so that no new or additional taxes can be imposed by the state government unless it receives the support of two thirds of the members of each branch of the legislature or is passed by a statewide vote of Michigan voters during a November election.  If the election were held today, would you vote yes to support this constitutional amendment or no to oppose this constitutional amendment?

  • The proposal requiring two-thirds legislative support of the Legislature and voter approval for any tax increase starts with particularly strong support at 68.0%.

International Bridge and Tunnel Proposal  

One proposal would change Michigan’s Constitution to require voters to decide on whether state government can construct or finance any new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles.  If the election were held today, would you vote yes to support this constitutional amendment or no to oppose this constitutional amendment?

  • 42.5% Support
  • 45.0%  Oppose           
  • 12.3%  Undecided       

2/3 Tax Limitation Proposal

Another proposal would change Michigan’s Constitution so that no new or additional taxes can be imposed by the state government unless it receives the support of two thirds of the members of each branch of the legislature or is passed by a statewide vote of Michigan voters during a November election. If the election were held today, would you vote yes to support this constitutional amendment or no to oppose this constitutional amendment?

68.0% Support

24.5% Oppose            

7.2% Undecided

25/25 Energy Proposal

Another proposal would change Michigan’s Constitution to require utilities to obtain at least 25 percent of their electricity from clean renewable energy sources by 2025, and limit how much utilities can charge consumers for the creation of this renewable energy.  If the election were held today, would you vote yes to support this constitutional amendment or no to oppose this constitutional amendment? 

  • 56.9% Support
  • 31.8% Oppose            
  • 11.0% Undecided

Collective Bargaining Proposal

Another proposal would change Michigan’s Constitution to establish a new constitutional right of employees to organize and bargain collectively with employers.  If the election were held today, would you vote yes to support this constitutional amendment or no to oppose this constitutional amendment? 

  • 55.2% Support
  • 36.2% Oppose            
  • 8.3% Undecided         

Home Health Care Proposal    

Another proposal would change Michigan’s Constitution to ensure that state home care programs give participating seniors and persons with disabilities the option of hiring their own individual home care providers, help ensure the availability of quality providers by establishing a Michigan Quality Home Care Council.  A majority of the Council would be participants or their advocates, it would create a registry to link participants with providers, require background checks of providers listed on the registry, provide training opportunities, and provide limited collective bargaining rights.  If the election were held today, would you vote yes to support this constitutional amendment or no to oppose this constitutional amendment? 

  • 62.3% Support
  • 19.3% Oppose            
  • 17.5% Undecided

How is Michigan doing?

Would you say things in the state are on the right track or would you say things have gotten off on the wrong track?