No it's pretty much known that the majority of the voters were full-timers despite the fact that UPS has a 60% part-time work force. The sad fact is that allot of part-timers didn't vote at all. They didn't see any reason to. Its like I said in my previous post...they just don't want to spend their money on union dues for a union that craps on them and allot feel that full-timers crap on them as well and just assume they are better off staying out of the process. Well thats how it is at the two UPSs I've worked at anyway.