Congress Approval Rating Plummets Below Bush Lawmakers are even less popular than President Bush these days. Senior Washington Editor Ron Elving discusses how Congress can win over the working public. It's going to be a struggle, he says.
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Congress Approval Rating Plummets Below Bush

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Congress Approval Rating Plummets Below Bush

Congress Approval Rating Plummets Below Bush

Congress Approval Rating Plummets Below Bush

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Lawmakers are even less popular than President Bush these days. Senior Washington Editor Ron Elving discusses how Congress can win over the working public. It's going to be a struggle, he tells Alex Cohen.