Congress Ranks Last in Confidence in Institutions, Confidence in the Presidency Drops 15%

Gallup has just come out with its newest 2010 Confidence in Institution poll. Congress is ranking at a all-time low - no surprises here! Only 11% of the people polled trust Congress. Sean Hannity quoted:

"11%? This is important because Democrats are trying to say this is an anti-incumbent fever but there’s only one party in power right now in Washington.”

Gallup reported:

This year's poll also finds a 15-point drop in high confidence in the presidency, to 36% from 51% in June 2009. Over the same period, President Barack Obama's approval rating fell by 11 points, from 58% to 47%.

You can view the results of the poll below. The results show the percentage of people who have a great deal/quite a lot of confidence in the specified institution.

Ranked by 2010 Percentage June 14-17, 2009 July 8-11, 2010 % Change
The Military     82%76%-6
Small Business67%66%-1
The Police     59%59%0
The Church or Organized Religion52%48%-4
The Medical System36%40%4
The U.S. Supreme Court39%36%-3
The Presidency     51%36%-15
The Public Schools38%34%-4
The Criminal Justice System28%27%-1
Newspapers25%25%0
Banks22%23%1
Television News23%22%-1
Organized Labor19%20%1
Big Business16%19%3
Health Maintenance Organizations18%19%1
Congress17%11%-6
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