Senators of AL voted with the Republican majority on average 90% during Jan. 1, 2016 - Sep. 22, 2016 over all 145 votes in the Senate.
Within this group of 2 who served sometime in the period, the lowest agreement was 90%, while the highest agreement was 91%.
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 and red for Republican). 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 and red for Republican). 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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The original claim states that Senators of AL voted with the Republican majority on average 90% during Jan. 1, 2016 - Sep. 22, 2016 over all 145 votes in the Senate. Meanwhile:
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