Congress less popular than root canal, cockroaches and lice, poll says

Washington Times – by Seth McLaughlin

A new poll shows that Congress is less popular than carnies, root canals and colonoscopies, but more popular than the ebola virus, meth labs and gonorrhea.

Those findings are in a Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey released Tuesday showed that 9 percent of the respondents held a favorable opinion of Congress, while 85 percent held an unfavorable view.

“We all know Congress is unpopular,” said Dean Debnam, PPP president. “But the fact that voters like it even less than cockroaches, lice and Genghis Kahn real shows how far its esteem has fallen with the American public over the last few weeks.”

On the bright side, Congress came out of the survey in higher standing than North Korea, the Kardashian family, and actress Lindsay Lohan, as well as Cuba’s Fidel Castro and former Sen. John Edwards.

On the not-so-bright side, it lost out in the popularity contest to the rock band Nickelback, real estate magnate Donald Trump, NFL replacement refs and France.

The survey of 830 voters was performed between Jan. 3 and Jan. 6 and has a 3.4 percent margin of error. The results of the poll can be found here.

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8 thoughts on “Congress less popular than root canal, cockroaches and lice, poll says

  1. So according to PPP, Congress is ‘more’ popular than a boil but ‘less’ popular than a festered boil.
    I took my own neighborhood poll and fully 100% of my neighbors polled maintain that members of Congress should be hung by the neck until they “dance like chickens.”

  2. Q: What it the opposite of progress?
    A: CONgress

    If our ‘brave men and women in uniform’ are ‘fighting for our freedom’ then why is the Congress, the Senate and the Supreme Court TAKING IT AWAY?

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