DETROIT (WKZO) -- A new poll shows that Michigan voters are only likely to pass one of the six proposals on the November 6th ballot.
According to the results of a "Detroit News" survey, voters will likely only support Proposal 1. The proposal asks whether the state's emergency manager law should be upheld.
Right now, Proposal 1 is supported by 45-percent of voters. According to the survey, Proposals 2-through-6 have less than 40-percent support.