The charts above are from the Gallup Poll. The survey was done between February 3rd and 18th of a national sample of 1,021 adults, with a 4 point margin of error.
It shows that the public's approval of Congress is currently 35%. That's higher than it's been since 2009. The rise is approval is due to Democrats and Independents having a higher opinion of Congress. For Independents, the approval has risen by 17 points since December -- from 16% to 33%. For Democrats, the approval has risen by 50 points since December -- from 11% to 61%.
Only Republicans have congressional approval that has gone down -- from 18% in December to 8% currently.