No public enthusiasm or consensus about key protagonists in Washington

February 1995
National Minority Politics;Feb95, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p32
Reports on the results of a survey on the attitudes of Americans towards government officials in the United States after the Republican victory in Congress in the 1995 elections. Less-than-majority support for the president and the Republican-controlled Congress; Negative ratings for both the Republicans and Democrats.


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