The public’s approval of the U.S. Supreme Court, already declining since 2020, took a sharp dive to a new low of 38% this month following a series of controversial decisions in June, according to a national survey.

Public confidence in the court also has been decreasing since 2019. In that year, 37% of those surveyed had a “great deal/quite a lot” of confidence while 62% had “some” or “very little/none at all.” The ratings in those two categories this month were 28% and 44%, respectively.