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Poll: Most Americans Expect Gridlock to Continue

Just 5 percent said the president and Congress have cooperated more than usual

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A majority of Americans expect the gridlock currently plaguing Washington to persist or potentially even get worse next year, according to the results of a United Technologies/National Journal Congressional Connection Poll.

The poll found that 57 percent of Americans think President Barack Obama and Congress have cooperated less than usual in 2013, while just 5 percent said they have cooperated more than usual.