Polls show a growing majority of the American people oppose U.S. military intervention in Syria.

But another new poll suggests members of Congress who support military action may not pay much of a price at the ballot box.

The National Journal poll shows 55 percent of people say a members' position on Syria won't have much impact on their vote. Among those who say it is a factor, twice as many say a 'yes' vote would make them less likely to support their member (26 percent) as say it would make them more likely (13 percent).