Support for Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation continues to rise among all voters, including Democrats, a Morning Consult survey released on Wednesday confirmed.
They survey, taken October 9-11 among “roughly” 2,200 voters, showed 48 percent of registered voters backing Barrett’s confirmation — an 11-point increase from September 26 and two-point uptick from the 46 percent who said the same last week.
In the late-September survey, only 14 percent of Democrats indicated that the Senate should confirm Barrett. That number jumped ten points, to 24 percent, a week later. This week’s survey showed the number rising three points, with over a quarter of Democrats, or 27 percent, expressing the belief that the Senate should confirm Barrett.
Support among independent voters climbed from 36 percent in the October 2-4 poll to 38 percent in the most recent survey, and Republican support remained steady at 77 percent:
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