Poll: Few Americans Believe Obama Or Congress Has A Good Jobs Plan

David Schepp
Barack Obama jobs plan
Barack Obama jobs plan

Many Americans are looking for answers when it comes to lowering the nation's stubbornly high unemployment rate. But a new poll suggests that few have faith in either President Obama or Congress to get the job done.

Just 38 percent of U.S. adults surveyed said that they believed President Obama had a concrete jobs plan, according to a recently conducted CBS News/New York Times poll. The result comes despite Obama's weeks of traveling across the nation promoting his $445 billion jobs plan, first announced in September and which Congress rejected earlier this month.