It appears that the more that people hate Congress, the more likely they are to vote:
Could voter disdain for Congress motivate more people to turn out this November? Could be.
A new Gallup study suggests that in recent elections, disapproval of Congress’ job performance meant higher turnout. Currently, Gallup’s congressional job approval is 13 percent, with 19 percent of registered voters saying members of Congress deserve re-election.
Voters may feel they can effect change, since in 1994, 2006 and 2010 control of the House of Representatives changed parties.
“There has been a clear pattern of turnout being on the higher end of the midterm year range when Americans were less approving of Congress,” said Gallup analyst Jeffrey Jones in the Gallup study.
If this is true, then the Dems will definitely hold onto the Senate, because high turnout favors Dems, and this Congress rates 100% voter turnout.