The majority dynamics on the infinite 3-regular tree can be described as follows. Each vertex of the tree has an i.i.d. Poisson clock attached to it, and when the clock of a vertex rings, the vertex looks at the spins of its three neighbors and flips its spin, if necessary, to come into agreement with majority of its neighbors. The initial spins of the vertices are taken to be i.i.d. Bernoulli random variables with parameter p. In this talk, we will discuss a couple of new results regarding this model. In particular, we will show that the limiting proportion of ‘plus’ spins in the tree is continuous with respect to the initial bias p. A key tool in our argument is the mass transport principle. The talk is based on an ongoing work with M. Damron.