In that scenario, the proposal would likely pass with a simple majority.
Both houses have to vote to use it, a vote that needs just a simple majority.
At least one professional judge must agree with the lay judges and a simple majority is required to determine the verdict.
Since the question of his seating involved simple facts, the founders required only a simple majority to decide it.
Both parties engaged in the usual posturing but had always agreed that a simple majority could raise the ceiling.
A simple majority, provided that it consisted of twelve, was sufficient to convict.
The second peculiarity of the standing orders lies in the fact that they can be suspended by a simple majority vote.
Mr. Chaplin was denouncing the Closure by a simple majority as unconstitutional and improper.
In cases of public improvements of great magnitude and cost, the Municipal Assembly cannot vote by a simple majority.
With some exceptions, a simple majority of the sixty-one votes is adequate for the adoption of a measure.
a voting system whereby the highest number of votes for any one candidate or question designates the winner; one more than half of those voting on a question or candidate