The Politico/Morning Consult survey, taken October 9-11, shows 48 percent of American voters want Barrett’s confirmation to get through up to 11 points from those who felt she should be placed on the Supreme Court in the same poll taken on the day of her nomination.
The survey also shows support from Democrats for her confirmation jumped by 13 points from September 26 to now.
Barrett began her confirmation process with much less support than she now holds as it appears as the public learns more about the judge, she gains more favor.
The judge would not be break during the hearings, even as she faced a harsh line of questioning from Democrats Tuesday and Wednesday on her personal beliefs and choices and what her confirmation could mean for crucial cases involving healthcare, abortion and the 2020 election.
The senators were given 30 minutes to interact with Barrett, whether that be through monologuing their time or grilling her on her judicial, and personal record.
Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham has predicted Barrett's confirmation no later than Tuesday, October 27, just one week before Election Day.
On Monday and Tuesday, Barrett was joined by her large family in the Hart hearing room with her husband Jesse, six of her seven children and her six siblings all sitting behind her for the majority of the two days.
Her youngest son, who has Down Syndrome, remained at home.
Barrett refused to commit to anything one way or the other and said it would be inappropriate to say she would recuse herself before looking at the facts of a specific case.
If Barrett is confirmed – the most likely course of action with a GOP-majority Senate – Trump will have drastically impacted the makeup of the Supreme Court by placing an unprecedented three justices during his first term.
Most concerning for many progressives is Barrett's view on abortion as a devout Catholic who has publicly shared her pro-life stance in the past.
However, the mother of seven has promised her integrity as a judge,she said any personal views would not be reflected in her deciding cases based on her originalist view of the Constitution.
It is astonishing to many how the media portrayed her as a woman who is simply not up for the job, when in fact she is extremely qualified and has been able to answer some of the toughest answers pleasing almost everybody. She truly is a worthy replacement for RBG.