There are two types of majority: Simple majority - means that to be passed, more than half (50%+) of the total number of voting members present must register a vote in favour. Two-thirds majority - means that to be passed, at least two thirds (66.6%) of the total number of voting members present must register a vote in favour.
The Knesset usually makes decisions by a majority of those participating in a vote, except when a special majority of at least 61 Knesset Members is required. Tie votes are deemed to be a rejection of the matter. There are three voting procedures: 1. Raising of hands or electronic vote. 2. Personal vote (roll call). 3. Secret vote in writing, using a temporary ballot-box.
Also Polling. Function performed by operators who ask each participant to respond verbally or by voting via touch-tone.