POLL: A Majority Of Americans Don’t Want Democrats To Obstruct Gorsuch Appointment To SCOTUS

Democrats are still acting out by just obstructing everything Trump wants to do. They might want to hold off on trying to obstruct the appointment of Neil Gorsuch, because the American people want him seated on the bench.

The Daily Caller reports:

Poll: Majority Of Americans Don’t Want Dems To Filibuster Gorsuch

A new NBC News/SurveyMonkey poll released Thursday shows that a majority of Americans do not want Democrats to filibuster Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.

According to the survey, 54 percent of participants say that Senate Democrats should allow a vote on Gorsuch while only 37 percent say that Democrats should prevent a vote from happening by filibustering the nomination, so debate on Gorsuch does not end.

Among Democrats, 64 percent within the poll want senators in their party to stop the Gorsuch confirmation compared to 31 percent, who say the party should not stop a final confirmation vote from happening.

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An overwhelming majority of Republicans in the survey, 84 percent, want Gorsuch confirmed without a filibuster compared to 11 percent who believe otherwise.

Additionally, a majority of independents, 58 percent, in the poll want Democrats to not filibuster Gorsuch in contrast to 30 percent who want to see his confirmation vote prevented.

Of course, Democrats will probably ignore this.

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