A recent poll conducted by Findlaw shows that two thirds of Americans cannot name even one Supreme Court justice. Here are the percentages who can name each of the nine current justices:
* Clarence Thomas 19%
* John Roberts 16%
* Sonia Sotomayor 15%
* Ruth Bader Ginsburg 13%
* Antonin Scalia 10%
* Samuel Alito 8%
* John Paul Stevens 8%
* Anthony Kennedy 6%
* Stephen Breyer 3%
Only one percent of Americans could correctly name all nine current members of the Supreme Court.
I have to admit that I’m not sure I could have remembered Breyer either. That guy just doesn’t make much of an impression, does he?
(Via: Volokh Conspiracy )
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