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A majority -- 55 percent -- said they are more likely to back a challenger in races on this year's ballot. Such anti-incumbent sentiment is higher than the 48 percent recorded as "pro-challenger" in a similar survey in 1994, when the GOP took control of both houses of Congress.Despite the sideshows of terrorism and the horrible threat of Mexican housecleaners, a solid majority of voters say they're horrified by the economic slide, just plain bummed out about Iraq and generally angry about "something."
Voters are anti-incumbent and angry, new poll finds [CNN/Opinion Research Corporation]