Disapproval of Congress ties a high


Americans' disapproval of Congress spiked to 86 percent in November, tying the 41-year record set after last November's government shutdown and on two other occasions.

Eleven percent said they approve of the job Congress is doing, just two points higher than the record low last November, according to the Nov. 4-8 Gallup poll.

Republicans were the least approving of both parties, despite a GOP-controlled House and Senate and newly appointed speaker. Congress just recently passed a two-year budget plan, but many conservatives rejected it as a license to spend above the spending caps agreed to in 2011.

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