Congress' approval rating

Investor's Business Daily
October 2013
Investors Business Daily;10/23/2013, pA02
Congress' approval rating fell to 12% in the Washington Post-ABC News poll — the worst ever in that survey's nearly 25-year history — amid fallout over the gov't shutdown. In July, the approval rating was 21%. Respondents blamed the GOP vs. Pres. Obama for the shutdown 53% to 29%.


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