Most Americans still angry at Washington 

Anybody in Washington who thought the 2010 election would be sufficient to vent a significant portion of voter anger away from Washington had better think again because the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds nearly three-fourths of those questioned still hot under the collar.

"A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 69% of Likely U.S. voters remain at least somewhat angry with the current policies of the federal government, up slightly from 65% last August," Rasmussen said. "Just 25% don't share that anger. These findings include 38% who are Very Angry versus only 12% who say they are Not At All Angry. (To see survey question wording, click here).

"In surveys since September 2009, those angry at the government have ranged from 66% to 75%. Those who are Very Angry have run from 33% to 46%," Rasmussen said.

"Fifty-seven percent (57%) of voters also still agree with the statement that neither Republican nor Democratic political leaders have a good understanding of what is needed today. Twenty-eight percent (28%) disagree with that statement, while 15% more are undecided about it."

For more from Rasmussen, go here.

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