A new Rasmussen poll finds that out of 1,000 likely voters 63% of people who identified themselves as Republicans believe that the Republicans in the U.S. Congress are out of touch with the American people. The results of the poll are a shock to the entire Republican establishment who have been wandering aimlessly politically since the Nov. 2012 election.
In a telephone survey people were asked the following question:
Over the past several years, have Republicans in Congress done a good job of representing Republican values? Or have Republicans in Congress lost touch with Republican voters from throughout the nation?
The American public was not shy about expressing their dissatisfaction, and approximately 630 out of 1,000 respondents said that Republicans had lost touch with representing what it means to be a Republican.
This poll should be viewed as a stark warning to Republicans. Unless they soon alter their ways and mend fences with the public the election night for the 2014 Midterms is certain to be a long and lonely evening.
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