Saturday, October 25, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Do you think Democrats and Republicans in Congress will ever work together again?

READER POLL

Do you think Democrats and Republicans in Congress will ever work together again?

Yes, the politicians can tell the public has gotten tired of their stalemates
 
  170 (18.2%)
No, they may agree on stop-gap measures, but no long-term legislation
 
  329 (35.3%)
Yes, their antagonism now is all about the presidential election
 
  82 (8.8%)
No, both sides have decided it’s better to have all the power than share it
 
  396 (42.5%)
Total votes = 932
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