Considering overall responses from all voters, approval of Congress has risen and is at its highest point since 2009, according to Gallup polling.
However, when split by party affiliation the Democrats' views of Congress have risen while Republican approval has plummeted.
In the latest Gallup polling, which was conducted among 1,021 adults and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percent, overall approval of Congress is at 35 percent.
Among Republicans polled, approval of Congress was at 17 percent in January and has dipped to 8 percent in the latest polling.
But among Democrats, approval of Congress has gone from 30 percent to 61 percent between January and February.