Panelists say the Supreme Court is growing more conservative
Percentage-point change between eight unweighted surveys of U.S. residents who said whether they think the Supreme Court is liberal, middle of the road or conservative
NOTE: The sample for these surveys is not representative of the U.S. population. It skews younger and whiter than America overall, and participants who self-identified as liberal and "not at all religious" are also overrepresented.
The study was conducted from June 2020 to May 2022 using a panel survey, which returns to the same pool of participants over time. The survey's original sample comprised 3,013 participants, and by the final survey, the study had retained 1,149 of those participants. Though the sample was unweighted, its demographic makeup remained similar between the first survey and the final survey. The question for the results reflected in this chart wasn't asked in the study's second survey, so the first data point on the chart reflects the percentage-point change from the study's first survey to its third.
Source:source: Chelsey Clark and Elizabeth Levy Paluck