2014 Midterm Exit polls: Voters hate everyone

The voters have had it up to here, according to exit polls released Tuesday evening.

The national survey of voters showed broad dissatisfaction with both parties, the Obama administration and Congress.

Fifty-eight percent of those casting ballots in the midterms were either dissatisfied or angry at the White House, while just 11 percent said they are enthusiastic with the administration and 30 percent said they were satisfied, according to CNN.

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Republican leadership does not fare well in the eyes of voters either, with 59 percent saying they are not happy with GOP leaders in Congress.

As for the parties as a whole, 56 percent view the GOP unfavorably, while 53 percent say the same of Democrats.

A whopping 79 percent said had a negative view of Congress, according to CNN.

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