In a CNN poll released Tuesday, when asked whether their representatives behaved more like responsible adults or spoiled children over the last few, chaotic days, 77 percent of the public chose the latter.

Republicans and Democrats took about the same heat — 68 percent for the GOP, 63 for the Democrats.

Congress’s overall approval rating has plummeted, with just 14 percent saying they approve of the job they are doing.

Obama isn’t winning the popularity contest, either, with 53 percent disapproving of his handling of the debt ceiling negotiations

The Internet news site the Daily Caller noted:

Thus far, the past two weeks of negotiations do not seem to have had a negative impact on the president’s overall approval rating, at least according to CNN’s polling.

CNN found his approval remaining steady at 45 percent since the last survey conducted two weeks ago. However, Gallup found that the president’s approval rating dropped to the lowest point in his presidency on Friday, and Obama also clocked his lowest weekly approval on Gallup’s tracker last week.

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