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I dont think the house will listen to Ted Cruz next time around.

The public continues to blame Republicans for the unpopular government shutdown, according to an AP-GfK poll released Wednesday.

Sixty-two percent of respondents in the poll said Republicans in Congress bear “almost all responsibility” for the shutdown. Only 49 percent said the same about President Obama and Democrats in Congress.

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Theres even worse news for them,

Republican Party Favorability Sinks to Record Low

- With the Republican-controlled House of Representatives engaged in a tense, government-shuttering budgetary standoff against a Democratic president and Senate, the Republican Party is now viewed favorably by 28% of Americans, down from 38% in September. This is the lowest favorable rating measured for either party since Gallup began asking this question in 1992.

As the government shutdown continues, the GOP's favorable rating is now 28%, the lowest Gallup has measured for either party in its trend since 1992. The Democratic Party's favorability of 43% is down slightly from last month. Gallup Headlines