Americans Say Choosing Black Woman for Supreme Court Not Important
A plurality of Americans do not believe race and gender should be the main factors in choosing a Supreme Court justice, according to a new survey.
The criteria were considered "not important" by 47.3% to 42.7%, I&I/TIPP poll results released Monday found. Of that larger percentage, 29.6% said they were "not at all important" — the largest response of all — and another 17.7% said it was "not very important."
The question was asked of 1,355 adults between Feb. 2-4, after President Joe Biden said he would nominate a Black woman to replace retiring Justice Stephen...