How often have North Carolina's members of Congress voted with President Bush?
Congressional Quarterly, a Washington-based news service, has compiled statistics based on votes taken in which the president has a clear position.
Here are the results of a recent study of all roll-call votes from Bush's inauguration until the August recess in 2008:
Rep. Sue Myrick: 89 percent
Sen. Richard Burr*: 88 percent
Sen. Elizabeth Dole*: 88 percent
Rep. Virginia Foxx*: 88 percent
Rep. Patrick McHenry*: 86 percent
Rep. Howard Coble: 77 percent
Rep. Robin Hayes: 72 percent
Rep. Walter Jones: 57 percent
Rep. Mike McIntyre: 40 percent
Rep. Bob Etheridge: 30 percent
Rep. David Price: 21 percent
Rep. Heath Shuler*: 19 percent
Rep. Brad Miller*: 18 percent
Rep. G.K. Butterfield*: 17 percent
Rep. Mel Watt: 13 percent
Members who were elected since 2001 are noted with an asterisk.
A recent post used the averages of each year's score by Congressional Quarterly, but a representative of the news service said that method is inaccurate.