Only 14 percent of voters in general approve of Congress while 81 percent disapprove and the remainder are unsure, according a Gallup poll out Friday. It’s a 4 percentage point decline from December and November, before Congress reached a fiscal cliff agreement.

Among GOP respondents, Congress has a 6 percent approval rating, down from 14 percent in December; among Dems, Congress has a 15 percent approval rating, down from 21 percent in December.

And Gallup noted that Congress’ approval rating for 2013 is looking to be a continuation of last year, when Congress had a yearly average approval rating of 15 percent — the lowest in Gallup’s 38-year history of asking the question.