Southwest       50.0%              38.0%              12.0%

Mid                 32.7%              44.2%              21.2%

E Central         38.3%              44.7%              17.0% 

Oakland          54.4%              29.1%              16.5% 

Macomb         56.0%              32.0%              12.0%

Wayne            54.3%              38.6%              7.1%

Detroit            35.0%              57.5%              7.5%

Proposal 3 would amend the state constitution to establish a minimum standard for renewable energy.  This proposal would require utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, including wind, solar, biomass and hydropower by 2025.  Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard.  Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit.  Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents.  Should this proposal be approved?


A closer look:

Yes                  No                 Don’t Know

North              34.6%             46.2%             19.2%

West               43.3%             35.8%             20.9%

Southwest       50.0%             38.0%             12.0%

Mid                 32.7%             44.2%             21.2%

E Central         38.3%              44.7%             17.0% 

Oakland          54.4%             29.1%              16.5% 

Macomb          56.0%             32.0%             12.0%

Wayne             54.3%             38.6%              7.1%

Detroit             35.0%             57.5%              7.5%

Proposal 4 would amend the state constitution to establish the Michigan Quality Home Care Council and provide collective bargaining for in-home care workers.  This proposal would allow in home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council.  Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws.  Require the Michigan Quality Home Care Council to provide training for in home care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in home care.  Preserve patients rights to hire in home care workers who are not referred by the council registry who are bargaining unit members.  Authorize the council to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment.    Should this proposal be approved?


A closer look:

             Yes                  No                 Don’t Know

North              30.8%              56.4%             12.8%