The following table measures the percent of time, since January 2011, that each senator has voted with his or her party when a majority of the party voted one way and the majority of the opposing party voted the other way. This percentage, known as a “party unity vote,” is intended to measure how often a senator is willing to cross the aisle when the parties are at odds.
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