It's also the third poll in roughly a week to put the Supreme Court's approval rating underwater.
In the cases of both the Quinnipiac and Marquette polls, the high court has seen a pretty wild swing in approval over the course of about a year. Quinnipiac found a 15-point drop in approval since its poll in July 2020 and Marquette similarly found a 17-point drop in approval since September 2020.
This is what happens when a right-wing Republican Party steals seats to pack the court with conservative ideologues whose politics bear no resemblance to the masses.
Mitch McConnell probably feels pretty good about destabilizing yet another branch of government—the one that was supposed to be viewed as free from political hackery.
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