We make assumptions all the time in our lives. One assumption is that “normal” people are as in-tune with the 4 level chess we participate in daily. Nope. They are barely playing checkers.
While browsing around the Pew polling site this morning — and, yes, we do a fair amount of that — we came across a chart on the Supreme Court that reminded us, for the billionth time, that assuming the average person follows the back and forth of Washington as closely as we do is a major mistake.
Without further ado, here’s the chart: