According to Gallup, Congress’ approval rating is at 17% (as of June ‘12). This is not a new trend. In 2010, Congress’ approval rating was 13%. Yet, despite this consistent disapproval of Congress, its members continually get re-elected extremely high rates. In 2010 when Congress’ approval…
I don’t think that’s right at all. The relevant metric is whether people approve of their Congressperson. I’d vote for my guy over the other party’s challenger. But I think all of your Congresspeople are horrible.
- certainkindofgenius likes this
- secularm0nk likes this
- noirworld answered: Your only choices are candidates the corporations choose to sponsor. People pick one even if they don’t like them. They have no options.
- anotherword likes this
- blissandzen likes this
- dendroica answered: People tend to approve of their own representative while disapproving of the whole. Then there are also a lot of single-party districts.
- squashed reblogged this from rationworld and added:
- rationworld posted this