Majority of Americans disapprove of Brett Kavanaugh, want further investigation: Poll
A majority of Americans don't approve of new Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh and would support an additional investigation into his conduct.
Kavanaugh's confirmation to the nation's highest court managed to divide an already intensely polarized nation with protests for weeks in Washington and rallies planned nationwide in the weeks leading up to the midterms, all planned to have a sharp focus on Kavanaugh. The first set of rallies is planned this weekend in Chicago and Massachusetts.
The poll found 51 percent of Americans disapprove of Kavanaugh being on the Supreme Court while 41 percent approve. It also found a majority of people believed the Senate Judiciary Committee did not do enough to investigate the allegations of sexual assault by Kavanaugh.