This type of polling result is nothing new, but it must give Republicans a little comfort in whether they think that they can retain control of congress.
Despite a majority disapproving of the larger legislative body, when voters are asked to rate their own representative the results reverse. A 53 percent majority says they approve of the job their representative is doing -- significantly more than the 28 percent who disapprove. . . .
- Name: John Lott
- Location: Virginia, United States
Amazed how lucky I am that I have had jobs where I could just think about whatever I wanted to think about. I have published over 90 articles in academic journals. I received my Ph.D. in economics from UCLA in 1984.
Copyright 2005 by John R. Lott, Jr. All rights reserved
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