Survey: Congress less popular than traffic jams, cockroaches

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A survey of 830 American voters revealed that the United States Congress is overwhelmingly unpopular.

The poll, conducted by Raleigh polling firm Public Policy Polling, revealed that more people preferred things like traffic jams, the band Nickelback and cockroaches to the U.S. House of Representatives. Overall, 85 percent of those polled had an unfavorable view of lawmakers.


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  • ClanSmokeJaguar


    Worthless drivel.

    Important questions are: Why is Congress looked down upon? Was that asked? If not, then who gives a flying frak what 830 idiots think?

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