Marquette national poll shows Americans split over expanding U.S. Supreme Court


Americans are split on increasing the number of justices on the U.S. Supreme Court, according to a new national Marquette University Law School Poll.
Some Dems have pushed the idea of expanding the court beyond the current configuration of nine justices after Republicans shortly before the November election confirmed Donald Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett.
The new poll found 48 percent of American adults favor increasing the number of justices, while 51 percent were opposed.
Independents opposed the change 44-56, while Republicans opposed it 3-to-1 and Dems supported it by nearly the s...

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