A majority of voters say they do not think it’s likely that the new Congress will do much to fix America’s problems; nor do they think that Congress members care about voter concerns.
That's according to Rasmussen Reports.
Fifty-seven percent (57%) say they don’t believe Congress will address the nation’s most important problems, including 57% who say it’s "not at all likely."
The survey finds that 40% of likely US voters say it’s likely Congress will seriously address the most important problems facing our nation, including 13% who think it’s "very likely."
Last February, just 30% expected Congress would address America’s most important problems.
Sixty-four percent (64%) of voters say they believe most members of Congress don’t care what their constituents think, and only 22% say they think most Congress members do care what their constituents think.
Fourteen percent (14%) are not sure.
These findings have changed little since June 2021.
To see survey question wording, click here.