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Supreme Court’s Favorable Rating Slipping

USA Today reports that a USA Today poll of 1,003 adults by Princeton Survey Research Associates (+ / – 3.6%) found that “the country divides 43%-44% in approval-disapproval over the way the Supreme Court is doing its job,” the lowest favorable rating in eight years. While “a record majority of Americans approve of same-sex marriage,” with 55% versus 40%, in favor of legal recognition of marriages between same-sex couples, on other issues the public disagrees with the Court. “53%-37%, Americans say affirmative action programs are still needed to counteract the effects of discrimination against minorities,” and 49%-40% oppose the Court’s striking the Voting Rights Act requirement for some states to get Federal approval of election law changes.

From the American Association for Justice news release.

Bob Kraft

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