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The share of Americans who approve of the Supreme Court is going back up again after plunging when the court overturned Roe v. Wade, a new Marquette Law School poll finds—with Democrats seeing the largest rise—but a majority of Americans still disapprove of the court, and its public image remains far below where it was several years ago.

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The poll, conducted January 9-20 among 1,000 respondents, found 47% of respondents approve of the Supreme Court, while 53% disapprove.

That’s up from 44% approval in November and 38% in July, right after the Supreme Court’s last term ended, which was a record low for the court’s approval since Marquette started tracking in September 2020.

The increase in the court’s approval was largely driven by Democrats, going from 15% in July to 35% now, versus 67% approval among Republicans—the same as

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