Supreme Court Approval Rating Increases Blocking Colorado Kicking Trump Off Ballot

By Daniel Walker | April 18, 2024

Approval rating

A recent survey conducted by Marquette University Law School revealed that the Supreme Court's favorability rating saw a rise after its decision in the case of Trump v. Anderson. 
 

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The Court's ruling stated that states could not bar former President Donald Trump from running in the 2024 election based on his actions during the events of January 6, 2021. This decision led to a seven-point increase in the Court's approval rating, reaching 47%. 
 

The majority

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However, despite this increase, the majority of respondents, 53%, still expressed disapproval of the Court's performance, as per the poll findings.