October 30, 2013


Majority of Americans Don't Belong to Either Party

The latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds a majority of Americans said they belonged to neither party while 30% said they would prefer an independent or third-party candidate for Congress, more than wanted to vote for a Republican candidate.

Other remarkable findings:

The public's view of the Republican Party has reached another all-time low in the survey, with just 22% seeing the GOP in a positive light and 53% viewing it negatively.

63% of voters want to replace their own member of Congress, which is the highest percentage ever recorded on this question that dates back to 1992,










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