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Poll: 70 percent unhappy with economy, want incumbents replaced

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The 2012 election could prove to be another voter referendum on Congress's handling of the economy, according to a new poll released Tuesday.

The new ABC News/Washington Post survey found that 70 percent of voters who are unhappy with the state of the economy are looking to replace incumbent members of Congress with someone new.

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Voters are blaming both Republicans and Democrats for the slow recovery and difficulty finding jobs.

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