74% Trust Their Own Economic Judgment More Than Congress'
No-brainer o'-the-day. Rasmussen reports:
74% Trust Their Own Economic Judgment More Than Congress'Three-out-of-four Americans (74%) trust their own judgment more than that of the average member of Congress when it comes to economic issues facing the nation.A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 13% trust the average Congress member's judgment more, while 12% are not sure who knows best.It is perhaps not surprising that 77% of Republicans trust their own judgment more than that of the average member of the Democrat-controlled House and Senate, a view shared by 79% of adults not affiliated with either party. But nearly as many Democrats (69%) agree with them.