Quinnipiac poll shows that the public is more inclined to call the current Supreme Court too conservative than too liberal by a 31-25 margin. The liberal lead follows earlier Quinnipiac results, but they show a declining number of people calling the Court about right. Also the number of people who say they've never heard of John Roberts is on the rise.

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