Both Democrats and Republicans in Congress have earned the ire of most Americans, according to a new CNNpoll conducted by SSRS, with almost seven in 10 (68%) judging the Republican Congress a failure so far after last month's repeal and replace plan died in the Senate.
Only 16 percent of Republicans approve of the job Congress is doing, according to the latest Gallup poll. The increase was driven largely by independents, 59 percent of whom disapproved of Trump's job performance, compared to 50 percent in February.
Republicans themselves are evenly split 44% to 44% on whether the GOP-led Congress has been a success or failure so far. Gallup notes that this is also the lowest rating Congress has received since their 13 percent job approval recorded in July 2016.
Many others, mostly Republicans, are likely disappointed that Congress has been unable to deliver on its long-promised repeal.
Just 21 percent of respondents - but 49 percent of Republicans - want the GOP to continue working on a plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, the survey said.
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Congress left for its August recess without passing any sweeping, comprehensive legislation, failing in its attempt to pass something on health care and leaving tax reform on the docket. The rest are sharply divided on the issue; while one in five Americans say Republicans should stop in their determination to repeal and replace Obamacare, the same share also says Republicans should relent in their efforts to get the Obama law overhauled.
Norris doesn't rule out voting next year for Young, who has drawn seven potential Democratic challengers, but cringed and said, "I just don't feel like he's independent enough".
Similarly, six in 10 (60%) say that insurers' decisions not to sell insurance plans in certain marketplaces will affect everyone with insurance, and three-quarters (76%) say so about insurers charging higher premiums in certain marketplaces. The House in May passed a bill to partially repeal the law and drastically cut Medicaid. The New York Times even made the outrageous suggestion that Vice President Mike Pence was himself was preparing for a possible 2020 run against the man who selected him.
Young's newly expressed less-partisan view is music to Republican Christi Taylor, 46, a physician from Waukee in Des Moines' burgeoning western suburbs, heavy with moderate Republicans and independents. Democrats have been optimistic that Trump's unpopularity might spark a wave election in 2018, but the electoral map is unfriendly so far and Republicans have held seats in tight special elections. Still, midterm electorates typically lean more Republican than all Americans.
Results for the poll were based on telephone interviews of 1,017 adults living in all 50 US states and the District of Columbia. The margin of error is 4 percentage points with a 95-percent confidence level.
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On Wednesday night, Stephen Colbert kicked off his show by addressing the increased tensions between the USA and North Korea . Her comments come after the President of the USA promised " fire and fury like the world has never seen before".
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Though Nawaz still holds sole authority to appoint anyone to any post but he consults party before major decisions. Not everyone who braved the sweltering heat at the rally in Islamabad supported Sharif, however.
The North has said, however, that its doors remain open to any American citizens interested in visiting the country. Canadian Senator Yonah Martin, who advocated for Lim's release, said Lim was hospitalised during his imprisonment.
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Alarmingly, the bulk of that change was made in the latter half of the 20th century, with a 1.2 degree increase since 1951. On the flip side, droughts and heat waves have been more common in other parts of the US , they add.
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