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Simple majority may refer to:
- Majority, a voting requirement of more than half of all ballots cast
- Plurality (voting), a voting requirement of more ballots cast for a proposition than for any other option
- First-past-the-post voting, shifts the winner of the election from an absolute majority outcome to a simple majority outcome.
- Supermajority, an absolute majority or a qualified majority is a requirement for a proposal to gain a specified greater level of support than a 50% simple majority. Changes to Constitutions commonly require supermajority support in a legislature.
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