Voters are closely divided over whether U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh attempted to sexually assault a girl when he was in high school, although many are still withholding judgment. But confidence that Kavanaugh will ultimately be confirmed by the Senate is down.
Most voters still think that they personally know the issues when they go to vote but question whether others do.
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