Congress’ Approval Rating Reaches A New Low

Congress’ Approval Rating Reaches A New Low

Earlier this week Gallup announced that Congress’ approval rating among the American public had reached a new low of only 9%, down from the 10% approval rating reported from the last poll.

This is by far the lowest rating that Congress has achieved since Gallup started asking Americans how they feel about Congress 39 years ago. Since 1974, the average approval rating has been 33%, reaching a high of 56% after the Sept. 11 attacks.

I should state however that Gallup only surveyed 1,039 across the country for the poll and the results carry a margin of error of plus or minus 4%.

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