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So far, most people don't think the Supreme Court vacancy is a major issue for 2016.
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And, with the exception of perceptions as to which way the court leans, the two parties are less divided than usual in their
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Americans also supported a mandatory retirement age for Supreme Court justices, by a margin of 51 percent to 32 percent. Republicans
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As with many other subjects that involve both a hot-button debate and a slew of nuanced details, however, the polling on
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A new poll released just as the Supreme Court dealt significant blows to women and workers finds that Americans' confidence
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About 70 percent say they'd support term limits for Supreme Court Justices, and 61 percent would like to see television cameras
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An overwhelming majority of voters would support sweeping reforms to the Supreme Court, as trust and confidence in the institution has eroded in recent years, according to a recent poll.
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Big majorities in the GQR poll said that Supreme Court justices should no longer be appointed for life, that cameras should
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Other racial groups, however, also disapproved: Hispanic Americans disagreed by 50 percent while 40 percent agreed, and whites
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Almost half of conservative Republicans believe the United States Supreme Court is liberal under its current conservative majority, according to a Pew Research Center poll released Monday. Forty-five percent of conservative Republicans said the high court is liberal, as opposed to 39 percent who find it "middle of the road." Only 9 percent of conservative Republicans said the Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice John Roberts, is conservative.
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Forty-five percent of conservative Republicans said the high court is liberal, as opposed to 39 percent who find it "middle
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ATL readers, there are many names being bandied about as potential nominees for the Supreme Court. We've narrowed the list