Over half the public (53%) think Maria Miller's behaviour in relation to her expenses is "typical of most or all MPs", a new ITV News/ComRes poll has found.
The survey of 1,000 adults also found the controversy had made 49% of people trust politicians less.
The vast majority of the public (88%) think Maria Miller was right to resign as Culture Secretary, according to a new ITV News/ComRes poll.
Exactly the same proportion of Conservative voters said they supported the resignation.
However a similar number (82%) said the Basingstoke MP should have stepped down from her cabinet role once the report into her expenses had been made public.
Almost two thirds of the public think David Cameron handled the Maria Miller expenses row badly, according to a new ITV News/ComRes poll.
Some 63% of those polled said the Prime Minister had performed "badly", with 32% saying he had handled the the controversy "very badly".
Just 8% of respondents said they thought Mr Cameron had dealt with it well.
ComRes polled 1,000 members of the public today.