American Skepticism About Washington Remains High After Midterms, Poll Finds

More than three-quarters of Americans say the election won’t substantially change the nation’s direction.

Voting booths stand at the ready as students return to school on November 5, 2012 in the East Village neighborhood of New York, United States.

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Americans remain deeply skeptical about Washington and whether this month's midterm elections will change anything, the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll found.

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