An InsiderAdvantage survey conducted with Ga Pundit (www.gapundit.com), of more than 2,000 registered voters last week, tells us how much attention voters devote to the annual session of the Georgia General Assembly. In short, they react to the legislature with a resounding yawn.

Most surveys of the legislative session presume that the public is following the every move of their elected officials. But the survey confirms once again that the public has a hard time getting excited about state politics.

Prior IA polls have shown great confusion among voters over the difference between Congress on the federal level and legislators serving at the state level.

The good news might be that polls recently have shown a much higher approval rating for state legislators than for members of Congress.

 

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