Propositions 1, 2 and 3 were soundly defeated in voting by about 1,700 Idaho high school students last week, according to Secretary of State Ben Ysursa's office.
Results from the voluntary mock election were released Monday morning. Ysursa has conducted such mock elections in previous years.
Proposition 1 (unions) failed with 1,205 no votes and 467 yes votes, or 71 percent no.
Proposition 2 (merit pay) failed with 1,266 no votes and 420 yes votes, or 75 percent no.
Proposition 3 (laptops) failed with 1,363 no votes to 324 yes votes, or 80 percent no.
Students voted online last week, with teachers supervising the vote on school-owned computers. The mock election was open to any high school class, but teachers had to register their classes in order for students to participate.
The results show a far more negative view than the Idaho Statesman poll last month, which showed Proposition 1 trailing by 4 percentage points, Prop 2 ahead by 3 points and Prop 3 behind by 7 points.
The poll appears to have a left-wing slant, with Mitt Romney only leading Barack Obama 871 to 748, or 49 percent to 43 percent. Romney is likely to win around 70 percent of the statewide vote among actual voters. Libertarian Gary Johnson had 4.4 percent, Jill Stein of the Green Party 1.3 percent, former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Johnson 1 percent and Constitution Party nominee Virgil Goode, 0.6 percent.
In the 1st Congressional District, GOP Rep. Raul Labrador led Democrat Jimmy Farris 50 percent to 31 percent, with Pro-Life at 9.6 percent and Libertarian Rob Oates at 9.5 percent.
In the 2nd Congressional District, GOP Rep. Mike Simpson led Democratic state Sen. Nicole LeFavour, 59 percent to 41 percent.
Turnout was considerably higher in the 1st District, which runs from Western Ada County west to Oregon and north to Canada, with 1,316 votes cast in the 1st District race. In the 2nd District, just 271 votes were cast.
You can follow Idaho Statesman Politics on Twitter.