|Title||District Elections of Supervisors|
|Vote Count||Yes: 115,192 No: 104,524|
|Percentage of votes||Yes: 52.42% No: 47.58%|
|Percentage of votes required to pass||50%+1|
|Pass or Fail||P|
|How it was placed on the ballot||Initiative|
|Description||Shall San Francisco be divided into 11 districts with one supervisor to reside in and be elected from each, with decennial adjustments to conform to one person-one vote and to reflect communities of interest?|
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