For example, if most Democrats voted "NO" and the vote failed, they "won" the vote. If most Republicans voted yes and the vote passed, they "won" the vote.

Total Senate votes: 484

Pass 266

Fail 218

Yes No Won vote
DEM
69.2% 30.6% 83.3%
REP
59.5% 39.3% 59.5%

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Yes: 51, No: 48, Not voting: 1
July 25, 2012

Middle-class Tax Relief (Vote 184)

S. 3412; A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide tax relief to middle-class families.

Yes: 56, No: 42, Not voting: 2
March 8, 2012

Keystone pipeline amendment (Vote 34)

To approve the Keystone XL pipeline project and provide for environmental protection and government oversight.

Yes: 34, No: 64, Not voting: 2
March 8, 2012

Keystone pipeline amendment (Vote 33)

To require the pipeline permit application to be approved or denied within 90 days of the completion of all analyses required by current law and executive orders, ban the export of Canadian crude oil transported on the pipeline without a presidential waiver and require the pipeline to be built with American products whenever possible.

Yes: 51, No: 48, Not voting: 1
March 1, 2012

Block the birth-control exemption (Vote 24)

Block a bill to let employers and insurers refuse to cover birth control and other health services that violate their religious beliefs.

Yes: 60, No: 36, Not voting: 4
February 17, 2012

Extension of the payroll tax holiday and unemployment insurance benefits (Vote 22)

Bill to extend through the end of 2012 the payroll tax holiday and unemployment insurance benefits.

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