Chart: How Will Congress Vote on Syria?

Watch how support for and opposition to attacking Syria are changing over time.

Since President Obama announced that he’d seek congressional approval before acting on his call for a limited military strike against Syria, the whip counts have been rolling in.

Using live data from ThinkProgress and CNN, our vote tracker shows where House and Senate members stand on authorizing an attack, and how support and opposition in both chambers are changing over time. Stay tuned for updates.

 

  • No:  

  • Leaning no:  

  • Undecided:  

  • Vacancy

  • Leaning yes:  

  • Yes:  

  • No or leaning no:  

  • Undecided:  

  • Yes or leaning yes:  

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