SALISBURY, Md. - Days after Congress agreed to re-open the government, a new poll emerges showing a not so favorable view of elected leaders.
The survey, by Public Policy Polling looked at 25 Republican-held districts, 60 percent of which currently have generic-Democrats leading their GOP counterparts. WMDT asked locals what they thought of the job of local leaders and if they should be re-elected in 2014.
"I think they all should be voted out and I think a new bunch should be put in," said Jaime Smiley of Salisbury, Md.
"I don't think the people in there can get anything done in a timely manner together," said Steve Kuzack of Salisbury, Md.
"I think the impact of how we move together as citizens is more important than what 200 legislation people say," said Shela Lor of Salisbury, Md.
This poll comes days after a Pew Center poll which found that less than a quarter of Americans view Congress favorably.