Chart of the Day: Does trust in Congress rely on Senate GOP levels?
posted at 11:35 am on January 27, 2014 by Ed Morrissey
My friend Jeff Dobbs at The Voice In My Head pinged me after reading my post earlier on the WaPo/ABC poll with some data on public trust in Congress and the number of Republicans in the Senate. His data stopped after 2010, though, and I asked him to see if his correlation still held up. Well, Jeff has checked the numbers, and it still does:
This is evidence of correlation, not causation … but it’s an intriguing correlation. Be sure to read Jeff’s post for the explanations of methodology.
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