"What saves a man is to take a step.
Then another step." ~ C. S. Lewis
This really doesn't mean much, since most Americans don't know much about the cases that go before the SCOTUS, much less the legal technicalities involved in their opinions, and historically Americans always give low approval to Congress, given the natural bickering, slow progress, etc.
Just to elaborate...as long as the SCOTUS seems to be doing its job, without much controversy, the public will give it the benefit of the doubt and thus a high approval rating. I doubt 1 in 20 Americans could name one case before the Court this year.
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