POLL DU JOUR
46 percent of Americans would not re-elect the current member of Congress in their district if the election were today; 45 percent of Republicans, 37 percent of Democrats and 62 percent of independents agree.
49 percent of conservatives, 40 percent of liberals and 49 percent of moderates also agree.
30 percent of Americans overall are not sure yet if they would re-elect their local member of Congress; 27 percent of Republicans, 33 percent of Democrats and 22 percent of independents agree.
27 percent of conservatives, 31 percent of liberals and 20 percent of moderates also agree.
24 percent overall would choose to re-elect their local member of Congress; 29 percent of Republicans, 29 percent of Democrats and 16 percent of independents agree.
24 percent of conservatives, 29 percent of liberals and 21 percent of moderates also agree.
Source: A You Gov/Economist poll of 1,000 U.S. adults conducted Jan. 4-6 and released Wednesday.
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