By Lara Seligman - 09/05/13 09:03 PM EDT
A new poll finds little difference in public opinion for the Democratic-led Senate and the Republican-controlled House of Representatives.
It is no secret that public approval of Congress is at an all-time low: more than three in four Americans, 76 percent, disapprove of the body in the latest national Monmouth University poll. But the survey also found that a majority of partisans don’t see a difference in the two chambers’ performance.
When asked which chamber is doing a better job, 18 percent of respondents picked the House and 14 percent chose the Senate. Sixty percent say both have performed equally.