These poll results are very interesting. The people surveyed are pretty sure that people in the Bush administration are hiding something about Enron, and that the problems that brought down Enron are widespread, but they’re not so sure who has the majority in Congress. Despite the fact that most people believe President Bush is doing a good job and is a strong leader, according to question 33, only 52% of the people believe President Bush is in charge of what goes on in his administration most of the time. Fifty percent have correctly pegged that his policies favor the rich. A good sized majority of those surveyed have correctly assessed that big business has too much influence over the Bush administration and over Congress. To put things in perspective, though, only about 40% of the people surveyed know that the Republicans control the House of Representatives.