SMV (Soft majority voiting) is a time-limited voting process in which a proposal is accepted when there are more “For” votes than “Against” votes.
The lower limit for making a decision if no one voted “Against” is 10% of the total number of voters who voted “For”. In the case where 100% of the voters voted, the proposal is accepted with a simple majority — 50%+1. If we connect these two points on the graph, we get the SMV voting threshold line.
Soft majority voting is used in the Free TON management system.