Interviews with 1,000 adult Americans conducted December 15-18, 1995.
Forty-nine percent of respondents say that the shutdown makes them feel more negatively toward Clinton; 35 percent say it has made them feel more positive toward him. Republican congressional leaders fared worse: 62 percent of the public feels more negatively toward them as a consequence of the current shutdown; less than a quarter of the country feels more positively toward the GOP leadership.
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