A new Fox News poll finds that 38 percent of voters would confirm him, 32 percent oppose him, and 30 percent are unsure.
Voters were asked about Kavanaugh in interviews conducted July 10-11, which includes roughly two-thirds of the survey’s sample.
Opinions on the nominee and the process divide along party lines: 70 percent of Republicans would vote to confirm Kavanaugh, while 58 percent of Democrats would vote against him.
Even some of Trump’s key constituencies would let the ruling stand, including 59 percent of white men, 50 percent of Republicans, 49 percent of Trump voters, and 48 percent of conservatives.
"Although the numbers indicate defending Roe v. Wade is a potent line of attack, Democrats may want to exercise some caution here," says Republican pollster Daron Shaw, who conducts the Fox News Poll with Chris Anderson, his Democratic counterpart.