Majority of Americans would rather be ‘ruled’ by random people from the phone book than by Current Congress

More Americans are waking up to how corrupt the government is. According to a new Rasmussen¬†poll, 54% of likely United States voters believe that a group of people randomly selected from the phone book would do a better job of ‘governing’ than the current Congress.

Just 27% of voters believe Congress is doing a better job than a randomly selected group of individuals would do. 

And more than two-thirds, 67 percent–believe that the average member of Congress listen mostly to “party leaders” (the elites), more than to constituents.