That’s what about 60 percent of likely voters are saying, according to a Washington Post/ABC national poll. The survey shows a general lack of confidence in incumbent members of both major parties, and predicts that 6 in 10 voters in will likely look for someone new in November.

The Fix points out that these numbers are roughly in line with a previous poll, which is interesting, because it shows “a sustained disinterest among the public to simply default to their incumbent.”

Before the GOP reclamation of the House in 1994, 56% of voters said they were looking around for someone new. This poll, however, does not indicate that voters favor one party over another. But since Democrats have a higher number of seats in the House, Republicans likely see the numbers as good news.