Judge Amy Coney Barrett made quite an impression on the American voters during her hearings last week despite efforts by the Democrats.

A Morning Consult poll found that 51% of voters support Barret’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.

This is the most support a SCOTUS nominee by President Donald Trump has received from the public.

The poll also showed that Democrats (yes DEMOCRATS) and Independents showed more support for Barrett after the hearings.

Barrett Poll

The numbers are YUGE because the MSM made such a big deal about polls stating that Americans did not want Trump to even nominate someone to SCOTUS. The Democrats whined about it in their speeches during Barrett’s hearing.

Oh well:

There’s been a slight uptick in support for Barrett’s confirmation among GOP voters, but the bulk of the movement was driven by independents, a 44 percent plurality of whom now back her confirmation, and Democrats. The share of Democratic voters who back Barrett’s confirmation (32 percent) is up 5 points from the previous week, and up 18 points from the day Trump nominated her, while the share who say she should be voted down has fallen to 48 percent.

Just over a third of voters (34 percent) said they’d seen, read or heard “a lot” about Barrett’s confirmation hearings, which garnered ample attention from cable news networks and the national press. It’s more than the 27 percent each who said the same of the dueling televised town halls for Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Oct.15, but less than the 38 percent who’d heard a lot about Barrett’s nomination in the days after Sept. 26 or the 58 percent who’d heard a lot about Ginsburg’s death on Sept. 18.

The Senate scheduled Barrett’s confirmation vote for Monday.


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