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Would you buy a used car from a member of Congress? If you’re like most people, probably not. A new Gallup poll finds that only 10% of Americans rank the honesty and ethical standards of members of Congress as high or very high, while 54% give Congress low or very low marks for honesty and ethics. That puts those elected officials right down there with car dealers: Only 8% of those polled gave car salespeople high marks for honest and ethical standards in the poll. There is a silver lining for Congress: They actually did better than last year, when only 7% of those polled gave them high marks for honesty and ethics. Nurses topped the Gallup list, with 85% giving nurses high marks for honesty and ethics. Pharmacists and doctors also got high praise. Surprisingly, even after the financial crisis, 28% of Americans rate bankers’ honesty far higher than that of many other professions. The rankings:
|Nurses||85% rank high/very high||Journalists||24%|
|Medical doctors||70%||State governors||20%|
|College teachers||53%||HMO Managers||12%|
|Chiropractors||38%||Members of Congress||10%|