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Most in Arizona want term limits for U.S. Supreme Court

A new poll shows less than a majority approve of the Court’s work.

U.S. Supreme Court The west facade of United States Supreme Court Building at dusk in Washington, D.C., USA. From October 2011.
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A new poll from OH Predictive Insights in Phoenix shows that Arizona residents are split on how they feel about the U.S. Supreme Court.

The poll shows that 43% of respondents view the nation’s highest court favorably and 45% view it unfavorably.

Two-thirds of Arizona residents also feel the justices on the Supreme Court should be subject to term limits.

“66% of respondents support imposing term limits on Supreme Court justices. A majority of each party supports the term limit reform…88% of Democrats, 63% of independents, and even 52% of Republicans,” said Mike Noble with OH Predictive Insights.

Increasing the number of justices also gets the support of 40% of respondents.

The poll has a 3.2% margin of error.

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