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Lawmakers give themselves higher approval rating than public, see work as ‘contribution to society’

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Members of Congress view their jobs very differently than the public does, reporting that they work long hours and find satisfaction in a role they view as a contribution to society. These findings are part of a report titled “Life in Congress: The Member Perspective” that was released this morning by the Congressional Management Foundation and Society for Human Resource...

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