Ballot measures approved with an 80% vote or more
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|Year||Total measures||# measures with 80% vote or more||Highest approval rating|
|2010||184||13||88.97% (South Carolina)|
- See also: 2011 ballot measures
- See also: 2010 ballot measures
184 ballot questions were certified for spots on 38 statewide ballots in 2010. A total of 116 measures were approved, while 66 were defeated. Of the 116 measures approved, only 13 were approved by an 80% vote or greater.
- See also: 2009 ballot measures
32 ballot questions were certified for spots on 7 statewide ballots in 2009. A total of 22 measures were approved, while 10 were defeated. Of the 22 measures approved, only 1 was approved by an 80% vote or greater.
- See also: 2008 ballot measures
174 ballot questions were certified for spots on 37 statewide ballots in 2008. A total of 104 measures were approved, while 70 were defeated. Of the 104 measures approved, only 1 was approved by an 80% vote or greater.
|Proposition||Year||Subject||% of yes votes|
|Proposition 179||1994||Punishment for murders committed with firearms||87.71%|
|Proposition 195||1996||Define special circumstances punishable by death||85.82%|
|Proposition 196||1996||Murders committed by firing from vehicles are punishable by death||85.80%|
|Proposition 1A||2004||Local property and sales taxes to remain with local gov'ts||83.70%|
|Proposition 59||2004||The "Sunshine Amendment" on government accessibility||83.40%|
|Proposition 113||1990||Changes to the chiropractic act||81.84%|
|Proposition 221||1998||Oversight of court commissioners||81.00%|
|Proposition 110||1990||Factors in assessing property tax for severely disabled homeowners||80.17%|