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Our weekly "Say on Pay Reports" provide comprehensive coverage of vote results. Find out how companies in the Russell 3000 fared on Say on Pay votes.

Report update: six new companies with support below 50%

We have collected Say on Pay vote results for 156 additional Russell 3000 companies, bringing our total to 1,880. The average vote result for all companies in 2014 is 91%. Six additional companies failed since last week’s report; 42 companies (2.2%) have failed so far this year. Of companies with four years of Say on Pay votes, 1,321 (92.5%) have passed all four years, 92 (6.4%) have passed in three years and failed in one year, 11 companies (0.8%) have passed in two years and failed in two years, two companies (0.1%) have passed in one year and failed in three years, and two companies (0.1%) have failed all four years. Proxy advisory firm ISS is recommending ‘against’ Say on Pay proposals at 13% of companies in 2014. Read more

Report update: four new companies with support below 50%

We have collected Say on Pay vote results for 213 additional Russell 3000 companies, bringing our total to 1,724. The average vote result for all companies in 2014 is 91%. Four additional companies failed since last week’s report; 36 companies (2.1%) have failed so far this year. Of companies with four years of Say on Pay votes, 1,226 (92.7%) have passed all four years, 85 (6.4%) have passed in three years and failed in one year, nine companies (0.7%) have passed in two years and failed in two years, two companies (0.2%) have passed in one year and failed in three years, and one company (<0.1%) has failed all four years. Proxy advisory firm ISS is recommending ‘against’ Say on Pay proposals at 13% of companies in 2014. Read more

Report update: eleven new companies with support below 50%

We have collected Say on Pay vote results for 357 additional Russell 3000 companies, bringing our total to 1,511. The average vote result for all companies in 2014 is 91%. Eleven additional companies failed since last week's report; 32 companies (2.1%) have failed so far this year. Of companies with four years of Say on Pay votes, 1,070 (92.4%) have passed all four years, 77 (6.6%) have passed in three years and failed in one year, nine companies (0.8%) have passed in two years and failed in two years, and two companies (0.2%) have passed in one year and failed in three years. Proxy advisory firm ISS is recommending 'against' Say on Pay proposals at 12% of companies in 2014. Read more

Report update: seven new companies with support below 50%

We have collected Say on Pay vote results for 309 additional Russell 3000 companies, bringing our total to 1,154. The average vote result for all companies in 2014 is 92%. Seven additional companies failed since last week's report; 21 companies (1.8%) have failed so far this year. Of companies with four years of Say on Pay votes, 827 (93.1%) have passed all four years, 53 (6%) have passed in three years and failed in one year, seven companies (0.8%) have passed in two years and failed in two years, and one company (0.1%) has passed in one year and failed in three years. Proxy advisory firm ISS is recommending 'against' Say on Pay proposals at 12% of companies in 2014. Read more

Report update: six new companies with support below 50%

We have collected Say on Pay vote results for 290 additional Russell 3000 companies, bringing our total to 845. The average vote result for all companies in 2014 is 92%. Six additional companies failed since last week's report; 14 companies (1.7%) have failed so far this year. Of companies with four years of Say on Pay votes, 607 (93.5%) have passed all four years, 37 (5.7%) have passed in three years and failed in one year, four companies (0.6%) have passed in two years and failed in two years, and one company (0.2%) has passed in one year and failed in three years. Proxy advisory firm ISS is recommending 'against' Say on Pay proposals at 12% of companies in 2014. Read more

Report update: three new companies with support below 50%

We have collected Say on Pay vote results for 208 additional Russell 3000 companies, bringing our total to 555. The average vote result for all companies in 2014 is 92%. Three additional companies failed since last week's report; eight companies (1.4%) have failed so far this year. Of companies with four years of Say on Pay votes, 400 (94.3%) have passed all four years, 20 (4.7%) have passed in three years and failed in one year, three companies (0.7%) has passed in two years and failed in two years, and one company (0.2%) has passed in one year and failed in three years. Proxy advisory firm ISS is recommending 'against' Say on Pay proposals at 11% of companies in 2014. Read more

Report update: five votes below 50% so far in 2014

We have collected Say on Pay vote results for 113 additional Russell 3000 companies, bringing our total to 347. The average vote result for all companies in 2014 is 92%. Two additional companies failed since last week's report; five companies (1.4%) have failed so far this year. Of companies with four years of Say on Pay votes, 224 (92%) have passed all four years, 16 (6.6%) have passed in three years and failed in one year, two companies (0.8%) has passed in two years and failed in two years, and one company (0.4%) has passed in one year and failed in three years. Proxy advisory firm ISS is recommending 'against' Say on Pay proposals at 10% of companies in 2014. Read more

Report update: two new companies with support below 50%

We have collected Say on Pay vote results for 38 additional Russell 3000 companies, bringing our total to 234. The average vote result for all companies in 2014 is 93%. Two additional companies failed since last week's report; three companies (1.3%) have failed so far this year. Of companies with four years of Say on Pay votes, 140 (90.9%) have passed all four years, 12 (7.8%) have passed in three years and failed in one year, one company (0.6%) has passed in two years and failed in two years, and one company (0.6%) has passed in one year and failed in three years. Proxy advisory firm ISS is recommending 'against' Say on Pay proposals at 9% of companies in 2014. Read more