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Why is it so Difficult for Congress to Pass Legislation?

WHY IS IT SO DIFFICULT FOR CONGRESS TO PASS LEGISLATION? Compared to the total American population, PEOPLE WHO VOTE DEMOCRAT ARE PEOPLE WHO VOTE REPUBLICAN ARE 17% 27% less likely more likely to attribute ideological differences as the principal cause-of-difficulty for passing legislation. THE BLAME GAME The majority believe Congressional Republicans are the problem. The majority hold President Obama accountable. SWING VOTERS The majority hold the government are only process culpable – specifically 10% congressional procedure and more likely interaction between the to perceive political ideology as problematic. House and the Senate. Based on a survey of 111,000+ individuals in 2013 source: Resonate

Why is it so Difficult for Congress to Pass Legislation?

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Why is it so difficult for congress to pass legislation? Resonate takes a deeper look.

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