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Kyrsten Sinema's Ratings and Endorsements

Office: U.S. Senate (AZ) - Sr, Democratic

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35%
2018
0%
2005
20%
2017-2018
7%
2015-2016
8%
2013-2014
0%
2013-2014
0%
2013-2014
100%
2017
91%
2016
100%
2015
100%
2014
100%
2013
79%
2015-2016
80%
2013-2014
86%
2017
56%
2015-2016
56%
2015-2016
50%
2015
72%
2014
72%
2013-2014
72%
2013-2014
77%
2013
33%
2016
10%
2018
69%
2015-2016
69%
2015-2016
44%
2013-2014
44%
2013-2014
56%
2015-2016
56%
2015-2016
50%
2015
72%
2014
72%
2013-2014
72%
2013-2014
77%
2013
42%
2015-2016
50%
2013-2014
50%
2010-2011
14%
2015-2016
0%
2018
66%
2012-2013
53%
2015-2016
100%
2013-2014
78%
2013-2014
100%
2013-2014
100%
2013-2014
50%
2013-2014
50%
2013-2014
8%
2017
8%
2017
40%
2015-2016
40%
2015-2016
64%
2017-2018
64%
2015-2016
70%
2015
61%
2013-2014
50%
2015
0%
2013
75%
2006
75%
2006
88%
2014
100%
2015-2016
100%
2015-2016
100%
2014
100%
2013-2014
100%
2013-2014
36%
2019
9%
2017-2018
27%
2017-2018
27%
2017-2018
48%
2015-2016
48%
2015-2016
25%
2015-2016
25%
2015-2016
29%
2015
50%
2015
8%
2014
10%
2014
10%
2014
8%
2014
20%
2017-2018
7%
2015-2016
8%
2013-2014
38%
2013
10%
2016
6%
2014
0%
2013-2014
0%
2013-2014
0%
2013
0%
2013
27%
2013-2014
7%
2011
0%
2011
14%
2011
28%
2010
34%
2010
38%
2010
54%
2010
35%
2010
24%
2009
43%
2009
44%
2009
64%
2009
40%
2009
30%
2008
38%
2008
38%
2008
25%
2008
34
2008
34%
2007
31%
2006
35%
2005
4%
2017-2018
21%
2015-2016
12%
2014
45%
2013
45%
2013
43%
2013
43%
2013
33
2013-2014
20%
2019
22%
2017-2018
22%
2017-2018
15%
2015-2016
15%
2015-2016
25%
2015
15%
2014
15%
2014
18%
2013-2014
18%
2013-2014
0%
2013
80%
2017
100%
2016
89%
2015
100%
2014
100%
2013
33
2013-2014
20%
2019
62%
2013-2014
70%
2013-2014
40%
2017-2018
40%
2017-2018
28%
2015-2016
28%
2015-2016
35%
2018
72%
2017-2018
72%
2017-2018
50%
2015
0%
2013
53%
2015-2016
53%
2015-2016
33%
2015
73%
2014
83%
2013
56%
2015-2016
56%
2015-2016
50%
2015
72%
2014
72%
2013-2014
72%
2013-2014
77%
2013
36%
2019
27%
2017-2018
27%
2017-2018
9%
2017-2018
48%
2015-2016
48%
2015-2016
25%
2015-2016
25%
2015-2016
50%
2015
29%
2015
8%
2014
8%
2014
10%
2014
10%
2014
25%
2013
25%
2013
4%
2017-2018
21%
2015-2016
12%
2014
14%
2013-2014
35%
2016
39%
2015
27%
2013
25%
2018
10%
2017
6%
2017
11%
2016
4%
2016
9%
2015
14%
2015
14%
2013
14%
2013
65%
2017
34%
2019-2020
34%
2019-2020
34%
2019-2020
34%
2019-2020
44%
2019-2020
44%
2019-2020
69%
2015
70%
2015
70%
2013-2014
70%
2013-2014
33%
2013-2014
33%
2013-2014
33%
2013-2014
33%
2013-2014
70%
2013-2014
70%
2013-2014
85%
2013-2014
85%
2013-2014
80%
2013
20%
2017-2018
20%
2017-2018
80%
2017
100%
2016
89%
2015
100%
2014
100%
2013
3%
2017
3%
2017
13%
2016
13%
2016
15%
2015
15%
2015
29%
2014
29%
2014
84%
2015-2016
84%
2015-2016
88%
2015
88%
2015
52%
2013-2014
52%
2013-2014
50%
2014
100%
2014
100%
2013-2014
71%
2013
50%
2013-2014
88%
2014
80%
2013-2014
71%
2013-2014
16%
2019
16%
2019
0%
2017-2018
0%
2017-2018
11%
2015-2016
11%
2015-2016
1%
2015
1%
2015
21%
2014
21%
2014
0%
2013
0%
2013
21%
1989-2018
21%
1989-2018
21%
1989-2017
21%
1989-2017
20%
1989-2016
20%
1989-2016
20%
1989-2015
20%
1989-2015
100%
2017-2018
100%
2015
100%
2013-2014
100%
2013
100%
2013