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What is the vote of how many states was necessary to ratify the constitution?
All 13 states ratified the U.S. Constitution, which was considered in effect after two-thirds of them (9) had done so. All 13 ratified the U.S. Constitution. They only neede…d 9. 9 - apex
nine states ratified
Only 9 states had to ratify before the Consitution could be put into effect. Virgina was the 9th state to make it possible and put into effect.
Nine out of thirteen states had to ratify the constitution. Any amendment to the Constitution must be ratified by three-fourths of the states after a two-thirds approval by Co…ngress.
to get the support of the states and people.
Article VII of the Constitution provided that 9 states had to ratify it it to become effective.
all of them, after a while
61 states hahaha -ZGW
I learned this in class a while ago and they all had to ratify it for it to be approved that or 9 of the thirteen states had to ratify it
Ratification of the Constitution by the State of New Hampshire happened on June 21, 1788. New Hampshire was the ninth state to do so, and with its ratification, the Constituti…on was officially in effect. Once the Congress of the Confederation received word of New Hampshire's ratification, it set a timetable for the start of operations under the Constitution, and on March 4, 1789, the government under the Constitution began operations.
Only nine of the thirteen states had to vote to ratify or approve the United States Constitution. All thirteen states ultimately ratified the document that replaced the Articl…es of Confederation. On June 21, 1788 New Hampshire was the ninth state to ratify the Constitution and by May 20, 1790 with Rhode Island being the last state, all thirteen states approved ratification.
It would have been IMPOSSIBLE to get all 13 to approve. There would be no compromise made is they needed 100% of people's approval. Usually decisions are made by majority ru…le but they chose to go with extraordinary rule for the ratification of the constitution because they thought it would be safer to have more than just half of the state's support. So 9 out of 13 states is actually higher than what they could have done to do which would have been only 7 out of 13.
it took 9 states to ratify the Constitution
9 out of the original 13 states had to ratify the Constitution. The Framers (people who wrote the Constitution) picked this because they didn't think they could get all 13 sta…tes to ratify it.