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Byline: Brad Bumsted
Aug. 03--HARRISBURG -- The televised spectacle in Washington over raising the nation's debt ceiling took its toll on the popularity of President Obama and members of Congress, a poll of Pennsylvania voters shows.
The survey results released on Tuesday present "a negative view of everyone, across the board," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. Only 28 percent of the 1,358 registered voters surveyed said they approve of the job Democrats and Republicans in Congress are doing. Events of the past week, magnified on TV and radio talk shows, "reinforced the belief among Pennsylvanians that …