competition is the absence
Just 12% of Americans express confidence in Congress, the lowest Gallup has measured for any institution in the 35-year history of the confidence in institutions question.
If you watch c-span as much as I do, then you can understand why Congress gets such a low rating. A partisan spin on every touchstone issue is the norm.
They're way too beleagured by partisan rhetoric and pandering to lobbyists. I'm not surprised it's low (obviously), but I am a little surprised that it's *that* low. 13%? Wow.
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