The UPS/Teamsters strategy regarding the proposed new contract is obviously divide and conquer. The higher up the food chain you are, the greater you benefit from the contract. Hardest hit of all will be people who haven't even hired on yet. Therefore, it's only logical that most of the YES votes will come from full-timers - though it sounds like many of them will actually vote NO. In contrast, I would guess that very few part-timers would vote YES. So it would be interesting to know how UPS' employees break down. The company employs a total of about 240,000 people, right? Approximately how many of those are full-time truck drivers, full-time "other" and part-time?