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32 Percent: Congress May Address Major Issues Before 2020

32 Percent: Congress May Address Major Issues Before 2020

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Monday, 07 January 2019 05:24 PM Current | Bio | Archive

As the new Congress gets to work, expectations from the American people are pretty low. Just 32% of voters nationwide believe it is even somewhat likely that Congress will successfully address the major issues facing the nation before the 2020 election.

A ScottRasmussen.com national survey found that just 12 percent think such a positive result is very likely.

Younger voters are far more optimistic than their elders. Among those under 35, 44 percent believe it’s somewhat likely that Congress will address the issues. Among senior citizens, just 23 percent hold such hopes.

The survey also found that 33% of voters believe Congress is more conservative than the nation at large while 36 percent believe it is more liberal.

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