Schumer Gets Slapped By New Poll

  • 2018-07-03
  • Source: TTN
  • by: TTN Staff
Schumer Gets Slapped By New Poll
 
A new poll has made Chuck Schumer's narrative on the Supreme Court a little suspect. Schumer and Democrats have argued that the confirmation should wait until after the midterms, Americans disagree.

According to Town Hall:

Since Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement last week, Democrats have argued President Trump should wait until after the 2018 midterm elections to nominate his replacement. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has been leading this charge. 

 

But according to a new set of polls the majority of Americans want a new nominee confirmed as soon as possible, not months from now.

First, from NBC News/Survey Monkey: 

More than six in 10 Americans, or 62 percent, said Trump's nominee, who will be announced on Monday, should be confirmed or rejected before the elections in which control of the House and Senate are at stake. About three in 10, or 33 percent, said the Senate should wait until after the elections, the poll found.

Rasmussen also found that Americans want the Senate to move as quickly as possible to confirm a new justice. Trump is expected to make his nomination public on Monday.

 Source: TTN
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