Standard & Poor's said in a report that no ballot measures with immediate effect on its credit opinions passed during this election.

The report, "Voters Tinker With State Revenues And Approve Bonds In 2012," says that the measure with the most significant potential implications for its view of credit quality, Proposition 30 in California, was approved. Voters showed continued support for state bond measures, approving authorizations in seven states.

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