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  1. Really, based on those numbers, I would say that the answer should be: it was both. 74% and 67% aren’t exactly hugely different numbers.

    This is correct-of course the corruption number could also be an indication of voters displeasure with Congress not actually doing its job of executive branch oversight. None of the exit polls that I have seen ask a particular question about that, so this Congressional Corruption question can perhaps be thought of as a general proxy of dissatisfaction with the institution of Congress, rather than simply a concern with narrrowly defined understandings of “corruption.”

    Comment by Ratoe — Friday, November 17, 2006 @ 1:07 pm

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