Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania has suggested in their new findings that more than half of Americans disapprove of the Supreme Court.
According to the Annenberg Public Policy Center, a survey was administered to American adult respondents months after the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade.
The findings from the survey showed that only 39 percent of American respondents were in favor of the Supreme Court’s handling of Roe v. Wade, while 53 percent were not in favor.
“If voting for a local or state judge, 90% of respondents say that having judges who rule based on the Constitution, the law, and the facts of the case is essential/very important,” a news release of the findings state.
“But when the public is asked whether Supreme Court justices are more likely to set aside their personal and political beliefs to make rulings based on the Constitution, the law, and the facts, just 40% say they are likely to do so.”
The UPenn report can be read by clicking here.