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Voter support for Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court is down in the wake of Christine Ford’s assault allegations, as more believe her than him.

Currently, 40 percent of voters would confirm Kavanaugh, while 50 percent oppose him, according to a Fox News poll.  Last month, views split 45-46 percent (August 19-21).

The article goes on to state the following:

More voters believe Ford’s claims than Kavanaugh’s denials by a 6-point margin, 36 vs. 30 percent.  However, about one-third, 34 percent, are unsure who is telling the truth.

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  1. I’ve come to believe that the polls only say what the pollsters want them to say. So in this case this poll goes against one that I read about that said that more people believed Kavanaugh and that he should be confirmed. The poll that said he should be confirmed said that more women believed him than her, that poll too is one to be questioned as well no matter what media or organization puts out the poll.

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