Marquette Law School Poll finds high public approval of Supreme Court, partisanship shapes views of justices and decisions
A Marquette Law School Poll of adults nationwide finds 60% approve of the way the U.S. Supreme Court is handling its job, while 39% disapprove and 1% do not offer an opinion. By comparison, in the same national poll, 58% approve of the way President Joe Biden is handling his job as president, while 42% disapprove. The U.S. Congress fares worst of the three branches, as 33% among the public approve and 66% disapprove of how Congress is performing its duties.
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Dr. Charles Franklin, director of the Law School Poll, also spoke with the Washington Examiner for an Aug. 11 story about President Joe Biden’s approval ratings.