Friday, July 13, 2007

The Dems' Poll Numbers Take a Nose Dive

That's what happens when you're elected to do a job and waste your time playing political games.

WASHINGTON (AP) — In the eyes of the public, Congress is doing even worse than the president.

Public satisfaction with the job lawmakers are doing has fallen 11 points since May, to 24 percent, according to an Associated Press-Ipsos poll. That’s lower than for President Bush, who hasn’t fared well lately, either. [33%]
The 24 percent approval rating for Congress matched its previous low, which came in June 2006, five months before Democrats won control of the House and Senate due to public discontent with the job Republicans were doing.

Just two months ago, 35 percent of the public approved of Congress’ work.
While the public’s approval of Congress has dropped 11 points since May, the percentage of Democrats who are turning up their noses at Congress - like Lambirth - nearly doubled. Among Republicans, though, not so much.

Approval among Democrats fell 21 points, from 48 percent in May to 27 percent.

It remained low among Republicans, at 20 percent, and has not changed significantly in the past two months.

If they keep this up, pretty soon their numbers will match Cheney's and you just don't get much lower than that.

Impeach the bastards and stop funding the Iraq war!

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