But it’s still only 28%.

Congress has hit its highest job approval rating since former President Barack Obama took office in early 2009, according to a Gallup poll released Tuesday evening.

But lawmakers shouldn’t celebrate too much: only 28 percent approve of the job Congress is doing.

Congressional job approval had been sitting at 19 percent in January before President Trump was sworn into office on Jan. 20. The Feb. 1-5 poll results make it the biggest monthly increase since Obama’s 12-point spike to 31 percent the month after his 2009 inauguration.