House Speaker Pelosi (D-CA) and Senate Leader Schumer (D-N.Y.) just got a major wake-up call.
The agenda being carried out in Congress is simply not working.
The latest Gallup poll has congressional approval at 18 percent.
Get to Work
These days, Congress is all about obstruction and headlines, no actual work.
If you look at the agenda that Democrats have been trying to push through, there is literally no input from the right, not exactly what our Framers and Founders had in mind when they shed blood to establish this country.
Even Democrats are frustrated with the fact that nothing is getting done.
Only 26 percent of Democrats approve of what Congress is doing right now, down a massive 10 points in a single month.
Independents also dropped from 22 percent last month to 17 percent.
Republicans actually had a slight rise, up two points to nine percent.
One pollster noted, “With the midterm elections less than 10 months away, pressure is mounting on Democratic legislators to deliver for their constituents.
“Democrats may be vulnerable as approval of the democratically controlled 117th Congress is at its lowest point, and recent legislative failures, including the inability to pass social spending, climate change and voting rights bills have frustrated their party’s base.”
There have been some other polls released that show the current agenda is simply not what Americans want to see right now.
For instance, even though the new voting rights legislation all but eliminates voter ID laws, a recent poll showed that roughly 80 percent of black voters support voter ID.
Additionally, Joe Biden does not have nearly the national support he claims to have on Build Back Better.
The most recent polls I have seen on that legislation are underwater as well.
The ironic and sad fact, however, is that most people will continue to pull the handle for the same people they always have come 2022 even though they are completely unhappy with the job currently being done by Congress.
If you don’t like it, change it… VOTE THEM OUT!
How would you rate the job of Congress on a scale of 1 to 10?
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