LANSING (WKZO) -- Poll Results from Epic-MRA show that at least three of the State referendum issues on the November ballot are toss-ups at this point and the other three get pretty lopsided support in favor.
A referendum on the state’s emergency manager law shows it would be rejected by a narrow 42 to 46 vote margin today. Ballot Item Two, the collective Bargaining law would pass narrowly 48 to 43%.
A measure requiring a statewide vote on International Bridge Projects would pass 47 to 44%.
The business community in West Michigan has made it their top priority to defeat the bridge proposal that Ambassador Bridge owner Matty Maroun has spent millions on misleading ads to support.
All 3 are within or close to the polls margin of error of 4%.
The same poll shows the three other propositions passing easily, despite considerable opposition from conservative lawmakers and organizations.
The measures include: promoting renewable energy, the regulation of home-healthcare workers and requiring super-majorities in the state legislature for tax hikes
The ad campaigns for and against some of the propositions have already begun, the campaigns for others, if they have the cash, are still ahead and you can expect to see and hear a lot of debate over them two between now and the election.