A large majority of likely voters think Congress is for sale, according to a new Rasmussen poll.

Seventy percent of those polled believe lawmakers will sell their votes for campaign cash.

Voters are more likely to trust the integrity of their own representative, but not by much. A majority, 56 percent, think their own lawmakers can be bought.

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So how much do voters think a congressman – or a governor, for that matter - costs? Seven percent (7%) think a contribution of $1,000 will do the trick, while another seven percent (7%) say it takes more than $100,000. Twenty-two percent (22%) say a congressman or governor can be influenced for a contribution of $10,000; 15% think $50,000 is needed, and nine percent (9%) say $100,000 is the price. Thirty-eight percent (38%) aren’t sure how much it would take.

Put it all together and just under a third say the price is $10,000 or less, just over a third say $50,000 or more, and the rest aren’t sure.