The White House May Want to Look at Polling on Protests at SCOTUS Justices’ Homes

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The White House’s view that it’s perfectly fine to protest outside Supreme Court justices’ homes is not shared by a significant majority of Democrats, according to a new Trafalgar poll.

“Do you believe that publishing the home addresses of the five U.S. Supreme Court Justices and calling for protests at their private homes is an acceptable way to protest the High Court’s upcoming decision on Roe v. Wade?” the survey asked.

While 76 percent of likely voters said no and 16 percent of respondents said yes, when looking specifically at Democrat voters, 67 said it’s unacceptable to protest in this way. Twenty-one percent of Democrats believe it’s OK to protest at the justices’ private homes.

The Biden administration has refused to condemn the protests targeting conservative justices, though White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Monday that the president believes judges must “be able to do their jobs without concern for their personal safety.”

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