Burdensome government regulations and a hyperactive legal culture topped the list of scourges in this new survey.
Spending laws have become become complex, senseless, and indecipherable. One counter-intuitive way to fix it: Repeal contribution caps.
Eighty percent of those polled believe reforms are designed to get sitting lawmakers re-elected.
Regardless of party, elected officials need to address the public's growing concerns over civil justice.
While individual elements of President Obama's healthcare reform law are still popular, Americans continue to be deeply divided over the measure itself.
81 percent of the nation's electorate believe education bureaucracy needs systemic reforms
Polls reveal that the country is united in thinking that old laws clog the system and need to be periodically reviewed.