In the wake of the Supreme Court’s controversial, unpopular and legally questionable decision to overturn the half-century-old Roe v. Wade precedent, the vast majority of Americans favor significant changes to the makeup of the Court and the way justices are seated, a Fox propaganda network poll finds.
Conducted July 10-13, the poll found that an overwhelming percentage of Americans want to impose term limitations on justices on the nation’s highest court (81%), while a slightly lower majority wants term limits on members serving in Congress (60%). Seventy-one percent of Americans also want to have a mandatory retirement age for justices.
A statistical tie (46% to 49%) wants to increase the number of justices serving on the Court, a narrower difference than the last time the poll was conducted in January, when it was 46%-51% against increasing the size of the Court.
In further evidence that Americans are tired of being ruled by a sadistic minority, the poll found that 55% of Americans wants to eliminate the Electoral College, versus just 41% who wish to maintain it. With no Electoral College, Republicans would have one just one election since 2000 because the Republican candidate for president has lost the popular vote just once in the last eight elections, and that was to reelect an incumbent: GW Bush in 2004.