That’s the percentage of U.S. senators seeking new terms on the Nov. 6 general election ballot who were successful.
All 16 Democratic senators who sought re-election won new terms.
Five of the six Republican senators on last week’s ballot also prevailed.
The exception was Scott Brown of Massachusetts, who lost to Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren. The Republican list includes Dean Heller of Nevada, who won a full six-year term on Nov. 6 — 18 months after he was appointed to the Senate.