Brian Flynn: In this age of bitter partisanship, it is not surprising that congressional approval ratings are at an all-time low. But how did our national legislature get to the point where only 10 percent of Americans approve of its actions? The answer: Congress no longer represents the will of the people, and it hasn't for a very long time. The House of Representatives has become another U.
The good news for lawmakers: Congressional approval is up 7 points in the last four months. The bad news: Their approval rating is just 17 percent. New numbers from Gallup released Monday show Americans’ approval of Congress this mo... Read Post
So long, Congress—we won't miss you and neither will anyone else for that matter, as MSNBC points out. Congress' approval rating this year averaged just 15 percent, one point above last year's record-low average. Remember when we th... Read Post