1937 Australian referendum (Marketing)
Constitution Alteration (Marketing) 1936 was an Australian referendum held in the 1937 referendums which sought to alter the Australian Constitution to remove the restraints imposed on Parliament by section 92 of the Constitution.
Do you approve of the proposed law for the alteration of the Constitution entitled 'Constitution Alteration (Marketing) 1936'?
|New South Wales||1,550,947||1,461,860||456,802||33.76||896,457||66.24||108,601||No|
|Total for Commonwealth||3,980,728||3,744,363||1,259,808||36.26||2,214,388||63.74||270,167||No|
|Obtained majority in no State and an overall minority of 954,580 votes.|
This was one of the few instances where a referendum failed to achieve a majority in any state.
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