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 The answer: Congress no longer represents the will of the people, and it hasn't for a very long time.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.
TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON - A new Gallup poll shows that approval of Congress has dropped to 10 percent, tying the previous all-time low recorded in February. The poll found that Congressional approval is similarly low amon... Read Post
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