Although a plurality of voters think Congress is doing a poor job, overall satisfaction with the national legislature remains near its record high.
That's according to the latest Rasmussen Reports.
The national survey results found that 44% think Congress is doing a "poor" job, up from 39% in March.
In April 2022, just before the midterm elections, a majority (53%) of voters rated Congress as doing a poor job.
Currently only 25% of likely U.S. voters rate Congress’ performance as "good" or "excellent," down from an all-time high of 28% in March.
Despite Congress' overall poor approval ratings, 45% of voters say that their local representative in Congress deserves to be reelected – up from 39% in April 2022.
More Democrats (52%) than Republicans (46%) believe their local congressional representative deserves reelection.
Among voters not affiliated with either major party, just 35% think their representative deserves to be reelected, and 47% say they don’t.
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