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Confidence in the Supreme Court hits record low as Roe v. Wade approaches

U.S. confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court is as soon as the judge is expected to rule overturning the 1973 Law vs. Wade case on Friday. It reached a record low this month. A new survey was found. According to a survey by 

Gallup, only 25 percent of Americans are "greatly" or "quite" confident in the Supreme Court, down 11 percent from last year. I am..

Gallup – We've been measuring confidence in the National Supreme Court for 50 years – prior to 2014, the confidence was 30%. 

Approximately 43% of respondents have "some" confidence in the Supreme Court, and 31% say "almost none" or "nothing at all." 

By party, a survey released Thursday found that support for Democrats and independents has declined significantly. Specifically, only 13% of Democrats are confident in court, but previously 30%, and about 25% of independents were confident, but previously 40%. 

Anti-scaling fencing is seen outside the Supreme Court on June 23.

Trust among Republicans – Mainly 6 people in court Conservative judges represented by – increased by about 2 percentage points (37% to 39%). Still, it's significantly lower than the 53% recorded in 2020. 

On the other hand, the Democratic Party minimizes self-confidence, with 47% saying "very few" or "not at all." Only 17% of Republicans agreed, while 30% were independent. The 

survey was conducted between June 1st and June 20th in 1,015 adults in the United States with a sampling error of plus or minus 4 percentage points. 

Nikki Tran of Washington, holds up a sign with pictures of Supreme Court Justices Thomas, Kavanaugh, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, and Neil Gorsuch at a protest on May 3.

The Supreme Court foundDobbsv. In the case of Jackson's WomenHealth Organization –  , we will announce a decision on the legality of the Mississippi Act, which bans all abortions after 15 weeks, except in the case of medical emergencies and fetal abnormalities

Judge Samuel Alito's draft opinion leaked in May is that the court ruled in favor of the state and overturned Rho because of Rho's unconstitutionality. Showed that it was intended. 

The Supreme Court justices are supposed to decide on Roe v. Wade this weekend.

It's unclear how similar the final opinion is to the draft. However, recent polls have shown that the majority of Americans want to keep the groundbreaking abortion decision

The court will begin announcing its opinion at 10 am. Other opinion announcement dates have not been announced.