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Public Ignorance of the Supreme Court

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That only about a quarter of the public can name the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is not surprising. One implication of this, given the speculation that will surround the forthcoming ACA decision, is that whatever the Supreme Court does will probably have less effect on the presidential election than most people think. And, in particular, as to the idea that the public will oppose a Supreme Court decision a majority doesn’t disapprove of on the merits because the reasoning isn’t convincing enough or because it’s only 5-4 — that’s not going to happen.

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