Three-quarters of voters are at least somewhat angry at the government's policies, according to a new Rasmussen poll.
A full 75% of respondents said they were angry at Washington, a nine point jump from September, with 45% calling themselves "very angry."
Republicans are angrier than Democrats, by a margin of 89%-61%. Republicans are also three times more likely than Dems to be "very angry."
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