Voters say Congress shouldn't be in recess

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As lawmakers wind down their first of a five week August recess, a Fox News poll finds that 82 percent of voters believe Congress has “not worked hard enough” to deserve its annual summer recess.

Voters from every party are in agreement: Only 17 percent of Democrats said Congress deserves a break, while 13 percent of Republicans said the same.

Independents are the least pleased with Congress’s output, with 10 percent saying they have earned a recess.

The last Congress was the least productive in terms of the amount of bills passed and signed into law. However, The Washington Post found that the current 113th Congress is on track to approve even fewer bills. It has passed 22 bills so far, compared to 28 at the same period last Congress, according to the Post.

Read more at The Hill.