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How Rep. Todd C. Young (R-IN) voted with the Republican majority


Young voted with the Republican majority 95% during Jan. 1, 2014 - Dec. 31, 2015, over all 1267 votes in the House.

Among the 508 Representatives who served sometime in this period, this record ranked the 75th (top 15th percentile) out of 499 (9 excluded for insufficient history).

This view ranks all legislators in the group by how often they agree with the Republican majority in the selected time period. Each legislator is shown as a bar (blue for Democrat, red for Republican, and orange for Young). For a large group, only a selected subset of the bars are labeled, but you can always mouse-over or double-click a bar for details.

This view shows how legislators vote with Republican majority over time within the selected period. The percent agreement at a particular time is calculated using a window of 90 days centered at that time. Each legislator is shown as a timeline (blue for Democrat, red for Republican, and orange for Young). For a large group, only a selected subset of the timelines are shown, along with a density plot of the time-varying percent agreement distribution (blue for Democrat, red for Republican, and darker shades means higher density). You can always mouse-over or double-click a timeline for details.

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