And that something is Congress, which gets less than half the president’s approval rating. Which is pretty bad, because Obama’s approval rating is a tepid 17%. And which explains why it is so looking forward to Tuesday.
"This survey points to hope by the end of the year, as respondents think a Republican win will lead to a rally in most sectors," said Colas. "With approval ratings currently so low they can only go up, this election could be a turning point in the relationship between Wall Street and Washington."
Poll: Wall Street Gives Obama 17% Job Approval Rating [PR Newswire]