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Used Car Salesman Preferred over Congress

anti_congressConsumers might complain about getting a bad deal from a used car salesman, but voters evidently think they're getting an even worse deal from Congress.

Public Policy Polling recently tested Congress' popularity against 26 different categories. The firm found Congress is less popular than cockroaches, traffic jams, and used-car salesmen.

Used-car salesmen took 57 percent favorability to Congress' 32 percent.

Congress did prove more favorable that Lindsay Lohan and Fidel Castro.