The court of public opinion has ruled against the Supreme Court of the United States.
An overwhelming majority of voters from both parties say justices often let their personal or political beliefs guide their decisions, according to a new poll by the Democratic-leaning firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner.
These Cases Really Turned People Off
The verdicts in recent cases involving money and politics were especially unpopular.
Many felt the landmark Citizens United ruling that lets corporations and other large groups donate unlimited amounts and the McCutcheon decision, which lifted caps on total donations from individuals corrupted the system, the poll says.
Americans Want Court Reforms
With little confidence in the fairness of the court, the majority of those surveyed support reforms like term limits for justices