top of page
Search
  • snitzoid

Did Repubs disrespect Supreme Ct nominee Jackson? How did she do answering questions?

Snitz's take:

  • She'll get confirmed.

  • Most (Repubs and Indeps) think she got grilled like other folks. Dems don't agree. Personally, I think the Republicans could have gotten the same results and been less prickly

  • Jackson couldn't explain what a "women" is because "she's not a biologist". To that I say, maybe she's not the first black woman to go on the court. Oops...maybe it's easier to define what an African American is?


Rasmussen Pole:

Supreme Court: Most Democrats Feel GOP Senators Disrespected Jackson

Wednesday, March 30, 2022


A majority of voters are troubled by some of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s responses during last week’s confirmation hearings, but most Democrats think President Joe Biden’s nominee to the Supreme Court was disrespected by Republican senators on the Judiciary Committee.


The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters believe Republican senators questioned Judge Jackson the way most recent nominees to the Supreme Court have been questioned. However, 37% think Republican senators were disrespectful in their questioning of Jackson, while 12% are not sure. (To see survey question wording, click here.)


Sixty-two percent (62%) of Democratic voters believe GOP senators were disrespectful to Jackson, while majorities of both Republicans (73%) and voters not affiliated with either major party (55%) think Jackson was questioned the way most recent nominees to the Supreme Court have been questioned.


More voters are concerned about accusations that Jackson has been lenient toward child pornography defendants than are concerned about her inability to define “woman” during last week’s hearings. Sixty-five percent (65%) of voters are concerned about how Jackson has treated child pornography cases, including 48% who are Very Concerned. Thirty-two percent (32%) are not concerned about Jackson’s lenient treatment of child pornography cases, including 20% who are Not At All Concerned.


During an exchange with Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn, Jackson said she could not define what a woman is because she is “not a biologist.” Sixty percent (60%) of voters are concerned about the way Jackson answered that question, including 43% who are Very Concerned.Thirty-seven percent (37%) aren’t concerned about Jackson’s refusal to define what a woman is, including 25% who are Not At All Concerned.


The survey of 1,000 U.S. Likely Voters was conducted on March 27-28, 2022 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.


Fewer Democrats (45%) than Republicans (87%) or unaffiliated voters (64%) are concerned about how treated child pornography cases. Similarly, fewer Democrats (39%) than Republicans (83%) or unaffiliated voters (58%) are concerned about how Jackson answered when asked to define what a woman is.


Men (56%) were more likely than women voters (47%) to believe GOP senators questioned Jackson the way most recent nominees to the Supreme Court have been questioned.


Black voters (41%) were only slightly more likely than whites (36%) or other minorities (37%) to believe Republican senators were disrespectful of Jackson in their questioning. Whites were more likely than black voters or other minorities to be Very Concerned about both Jackson’s answer on defining what a woman is and the way she treated child pornography cases.


Voters under 40 are less likely than older voters to be Very Concerned about Jackson’s treatment of child pornography cases.


College graduates are most likely to think Republican senators were disrespectful in their questioning of Jackson, and less concerned than other voters about how Jackson treated child pornography cases.


President Biden’s strongest supporters are the least concerned about Jackson’s record on child pornography. Among voters who Strongly Approve of Biden’s job performance as president, only 21% are concerned about Jackson’s lenient treatment of child pornography cases. By contrast, among voters who Strongly Disapprove of Biden’s performance, 93% are concerned about how Jackson has treated child pornography cases.


Despite contentious Judiciary Committee hearings, most voters think it’s likely that Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will be confirmed by the Senate as the newest Supreme Court justice.


Nearly two-thirds of voters say the story of Hunter Biden’s lost laptop is important and believe President Joe Biden was probably involved in his son’s foreign business deals.


Additional information from this survey and a full demographic breakdown are available to the public as well as to Platinum Members.

6 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Which network gets the most Emmy nominations!

It's bad enough that I've been overlooked every year for the Pulitzer which I richly deserve, BUT I've won exactly zero Emmy awards. The whole award deep state is run by a bunch of Illuminati whose a

Comments


Post: Blog2_Post
bottom of page