LABOR: Trends

The National Labor Relations Board reported that employe 'elections during the quarter ended March 31 showed: 1) a new high record of votes (33%) cast against unions; 2) C. I. 0., though it captured more votes than either A. F. of L. or independent unions, won the smallest percentage of votes it has ever polled (not reported: the sweeping C. I. 0. victory in General Motors Corp. plants on April 17); 3) independent unions received the largest percentage of votes they ever polled during a three-month period. Other trends:

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