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Table 13.-Types of elections conducted during the fiscal year 1948

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21, 277 100.0 19, 367 91.0 720 3.4 722 3.4 468 2.2 2, 245, 734 100.0 1,877, 674 83.6 125, 566 5.6 130, 667 5.8 111, 827 5.0 1. 971, 087 100.0 1, 661, 806 84.3 105, 997 5.4 107, 899 5.5 95, 385 4.8

4 885 100.0 479 54. 1 81 9. 2 11 1. 2 314 35.5 145, 506 100.0 63, 295 43.5 9, 624 6.6 1, 535 1.1 71, 052 48.8 124, 365 100.0 53, 436 43.0 8, 599 6.9 1,347 1.1 60, 983 49.0 2, 243 100.0 1, 566 69.8 551 24.6

126

5. 6 228, 634 100.0 107, 562 47.0 82, 942 36. 3

38, 130 16.7 200, 706 100.0 96, 411 48.0 72, 003 35.9

32, 292 16.1 94 100.0 74 78.7 15 16.0

5 5.3 10, 425 100.0 4, 971 47.7 5, 127 49.2

327 3.1 8, 829 100.0 4, 389 49.7 4, 181 47.4

259 2. 9 97 100.0 71 73. 2 4 4.1

22 22.7 8, 836 100.0 5, 329 60.3 1, 190 13.5

2, 317 26. 2 7,857 100.0 4, 876 62.1 1, 131 14.4

1,850 23.5 17, 958 100.0 17, 177 95.6 69 .4 711 4.0

1 (52 1, 852, 333 100.0 1, 696, 517 91.6 26, 683

1.4 129, 132 7.0 1 (5) 1, 629, 330 100.0 1, 502, 694 92.2 20, 083

1.2 106, 552 6.6 1 (5) 1

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Consent elections are held upon the agreement of all parties concerned and are certified by the regional director.

. Stipulated elections are held upon the agreement of all parties, but provide for certification by the Board.

* See Appendix B, p. 123, for definitions of types of cases. * Includes 10 consent cross checks held prior to Aug. 22, 1947.

Less than 0.1 percent.

Table 14.-Number of collective bargaining elections and number of votes cast for participating unions during the fiscal year 1948

Eligible voters

Valid votes cast for

A. F. of L. afiliates

C. I. O affiliates

Unaffiliated

unions

Per

cent
Num- cast-
ber ing

valid
votes

Total

No union

Number

Percent

Number

Percent

Number

Percent

1,188

| 36.9 532

16.5

617

19.1

885 384, 565

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1, 507

590

1,018 67.6

407

69.0

39, 656

63.3

511

75. 9

30, 680

70.1

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1 673
2 198
3 103

36
4 76

6
18

55. 3

62.4

489 183 162 24 6 3 12 0 4 2

91, 700
70, 887
50, 214
91,046
25, 452

2, 780
38, 546
2, 443
9, 095
2, 402

87.7 88. 3 87. 2 85.8 85. 2 88.3 88. 6 89.4 69.1 87.8

80, 463
62, 621
43, 787
78, 143
21, 685

2, 456
34, 165
2, 183
6, 289
2, 108

35, 318 7, 546 2, 202

45.238, 219
34. 8
89.7

15, 893 2, 133

13,525 16, 697

33, 424
22, 965
13, 107
4, 606

614

254 1, 575

50 356 14

29

38. 2

35 46. 1 6 100.0

48.9

46.5 97.7

14 6

5, 933

946

77.8 40.0

94. 3 44.9

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913

43. 3

235

11.1

Elections won by

Participating unions

Num-
ber of
elec-
tions

A. F. of L.

affiliates

C.I. O
afiliates

Unaffiliated

unions

No
union

Num-
ber

Per- Num- Per- Num- Per-
cent ber cent ber cent

Total

3, 222

A. F. of L. affiliates.
C. I. O. affiliates.
Unaffiliated unions.
A. F. of L. affiliates-C. I. O. affiliates
A. F. of L, affiliates-unaffiliated unions.
A. F. of L, affiliates-A, F. of L. affiliates.
C, I, O. affiliates-unaffiliated unions.
C. I. O. affiliates-C. I. O. affiliates.
Unaffiliated-unaffiliated
A. F. of L.-C. I. 0.-unaffiliated unions.

1 Includes 8 elections won by individuals, in which a total of 533 persons were eligible to vote, 481 cast valid votes, of which 465 were for and 16 were against unions.

2 Includes 8 elections in which 2 A, F. of L. affiliates were on the ballot, 2 elections in which 2'C. I. O. affiliates were on the ballot; 1 election in which 2 A. F. of L, affiliates; and
2 C. I. O. affiliates were on the ballot.

3 Includes 1 election in which 2 A. F. of L. affiliates were on the ballot; and 2 elections in which 2 unaffiliated unions were on the ballot.
* Includes 1 election in which 2 unaffiliated unions were on the ballot.
6 Includes 1 election in which 2 A, F. of L. affiliates were on the ballot :1 election in which 2 C. I. O. affiliates were on the ballot.

Table 15.-Number of decertification elections and number of votes cast for participating unions during the fiscal year 1948

Elections won by

Eligible voters

Valid votes cast for

Total

A, F. of L.

affiliates

C. I. O. affiliates

Unaffiliated

unions

Per

cent
Num-cast-
ber

ing
valid
votes

No union

Number

Percent

Number

Percent

Number

Percent

Total

97

14

14.4

17

17.5

4

4. 1

62

8, 836

88.9

7,857

1, 269

16. 2

2, 256

28. 7

418

5. 3

3,914

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Table 16.-Number of union authorization elections and number of votes cast for participating unions during the fiscal year 1948

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Participating union

Num-
ber of
elec-
tions

A F. of L.
affiliates

C. I. O. affiliates

Unaffili-
ated unions

No
union

Num-
ber

Per- Num- Per- Num- Per-
cent ber cent

ber cent

51
37
8

A, F. of L. affiliates
C. I. O affiliates.
Unaffiliated unions.
A, F. of L, affiliates-C. I. O. affiliates

Number of elections

Eligible voters

Valid votes cast for union shop by

affiliation of petitioner

Num-
ber of
elec-
tions

Participating unions

A. F. of L,

affiliates
authorized

C. I. O.
afkliates
authorized

Unaffiliated

unions
authorized

No un-
ion au-
thor-
ized

Num-
ber

Per-
cent

Num-
ber

Per-
cent

Num-
ber

Per-
cent

Total

17, 958

12, 820

71.3

2, 312

12.9

2, 469

13. 7

88.0 1, 629, 330 838, 605

51.5

476, 358

29. 2

220, 017

13. 5

12, 820

97. 9

A. F. of L. affiliates
C. I. O. affiliates
Unaffiliated unions

95.5

13, 092
2, 338
2, 528

357 1,852, 333
272 993, 698
26 576, 409
59 282, 226

2, 312

98.9

88.4
87.6
87.3

878. 043 838, 605 504, 928 246, 359

476, 358

94.3

2, 469

97.7

220, 017

89, 3

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Table 17.-Industrial distribution of collective bargaining elections, winner, eligible voters and valid votes cast, during the fiscal year 1948

Industrial group !

Total.

Manufacturing

Food and kindred products.
Tobacco manufacturers.
Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished products made from

fabrics and similar materials.
Lumber and wood products.
Furniture and fixtures.
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries.
Chemicals and allied products,
Products of petroleum and coal.
Rubber products
Leather and leather products.
Stone, clay, and glass products.
Primary metal industries.
Fabricated metal products (except machinery and

transportation equipment)
Machinery (except electrical).
Electrical machinery, equipment and supplies.
Transportation equipment

Aircraft and parts.
Ship and boat building and repairing -
Automotive and other transportation equip-

ment.

Professional, scientific, and controlling instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing

34
88

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Mining..

Metal mining.
Coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas production.

Nonmetallic mining and quarrying -
Construction
Wholesale trade.
Retail trade.
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Transportation, communication, and other public

utilities

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Highway passenger transportation.
Highway freight transportation.
Water transportation.
Warehousing and storage.
Other transportation.
Communication.-
Heat, light, power, water, and sanitary services.

24 46 27 43 13 83 52

.8 1.4

.8 1. 3

12
17
13
21

5
43
26

50.0 37.0 48. 2 48.8 38.5 51.8 50. O

0 2 4 7 2 1 6

.0
4.3
14.8
16. 3
15. 3

1. 2
11.5

25. O 26. 1 22. 2 9.3 7.7 26.5 11.5

6
15

4
11

5
17
14

1, 806

773
1, 712
1, 533
4,011
16, 941
15, 804

14.8 25. 6 38.5 20.5 27.0

1, 571

686
1, 426
1, 419
3, 285
12, 637
14, 212

1 22 6

2.6 1.6

1.0 4.4 4. 1

1.0 3.8 4, 3

Services.

106

3. 3

20 27.4

5

4. 7

47

44. 3

25

23. 6

4,938

1.3

4, 350

1.3

1 Source: Standard Industrial Classification, Division of Statistical Standards, U. S. Bureau of the Budget, Washington, 1942, 1945. · Less than 0.1 percent.

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