(WZZM) -- Only one of the statewide ballot proposals is building support before the November 6 election -- that's according to the new WZZM 13 poll of Michigan voters conducted this week by the Glengariff Group.
Proposal 1 would ask voters whether Michigan should keep the emergency manager law. According to the survey, 43% would uphold the measure. That's seven percentage points more than last month.
The other proposals appear to be losing support.
Proposal 2 would guarantee collective bargaining rights -- 43% support it, down from almost 50% in September.
Proposal 3, which would require 25% of the states energy come from renewable sources by 2025, dropped from 49% support last month to 40% today.
Proposal 4 , which would to give collective bargaining rights to home health care workers, has the strongest support of the six measures at 51%, but that's down from 56% in September.
Proposal 5, the measure to require two-thirds majorities in the state house and senate to raise taxes went from 51% last month to 38%.
Proposal six, the measure to require voters to approve the construction of any new bridges or tunnels, went from 50% in September to 45%.