Nine out of 10 Texans agree: Congress is the least liked branch of government, according to the University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll.
They trust the judicial branch of the federal government more than the executive or legislative branches, and more than half of likely voters want the courts to overturn all or part of the federal health care law.
"Those are thoroughly political views," said Jim Henson, who teaches government at the University of Texas at Austin, runs the Texas Politics Project and co-directs the poll. "Nobody trusts Congress. Democrats trust the president. Republicans trust the courts."
Congress is ...