(MSNBC) Congress received its lowest rating ever during a midterm year as less than a quarter of Americans currently approve of their leaders’ performances.
Sixteen percent of the public supports the job Congress is doing, down from 21% during the last midterm elections in 2010, according to a Gallup poll released Monday. The figure is the lowest since 1974 when the organization began asking Americans about the issue ahead of the midterms.
The highest point was in 2002, with 50%.
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