Congress Gets Boost in Approval

Quick note: It’s a slow climb, but the approval rating for Congress is eeking it’s way back up to the highest point since February 2005. Steve Benen has more.

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3 Responses to Congress Gets Boost in Approval

  1. Jason says:

    Congress and the President will continue to see improvement in ratings as long as they keep the current trend up. American needs government control to reign in the Republican Nutjobs!

  2. John Stone says:

    To Jason,
    You are so right!

  3. SBO says:


    Your comment is rather ignorant, seeing that Democrats have been in the majority for 2+ years. The lowest approval ratings were during this time. It isn’t the Republican “nutjobs” that were in control. It was Reid, Rangel, Schumer, McCaskill, and Pelosi who were.

    Makes you think, doesn’t it? Seeing that the economy is driven by policy, and Democrats were largely in charge of US economic policy for the past 2+ years, who really is to blame for our current crisis? Easy to believe what you watch on TV, but have you truly done any critical thinking of your own, or are you just another lemming? Sounds like you are being fed pablum from Maddow and a certain former ESPN anchor turned serious political reporter…

    Partisanship, for the sake of partisanship, is just jingoism. It is baseless. Bring something more to the table than just a popularity discussion.