Of all the bills Democrats have submitted, the court-packing Judiciary Act of 2021 is one of the most unpopular and polarizing of all. Democrats championing the Judiciary Act of 2021 want to make the United States Supreme Court comprised of 13 seats, rather than nine.
Democrats claim that there’s nothing wrong with adding seats to the court; in fact, when leftist lawmakers introduced their court-packing bill earlier this month, they dishonestly stated that Republicans set the precedent of packing the Supreme Court. In reality, the GOP did no such thing.
It turns out that Republicans are not the only ones in America who take issue with court-packing. A recent poll from Mason Dixon Polling and Strategy shows that a vast majority of Independent voters in the United States also oppose packing the Supreme Court.
Where Independent voters stand on packing the Supreme Court
In a survey, the Mason Dixon Polling and Strategy asked polled individuals whether or not they believe President Biden should support Democrats’ court-packing legislation. The results spoke volumes.