The nomination presents an opportunity for the Republican President to expand the court's conservative majority to 6-3.
The national opinion poll, conducted September 19-20 after Ginsburg's death was announced, suggests that many Americans object to President Donald Trump's plan, backed by many Senate Republicans, to push through another lifetime appointee and cement a 6-3 conservative majority on the court.
But such a blitz nomination is not welcomed by some Republican senators who are facing the risk of being unseated.
Barrett is quoted in a 2013 publication affiliated with Notre Dame as saying she thinks it is "very unlikely at this point" that the Supreme Court is going to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 abortion decision that legalized abortion in the U.S.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online, in English, throughout the United States. "Playing her on SNL was a profound joy because I could always feel the overwhelming love and gratitude that the audience had for her".
Trump added several new names to his list earlier this month, including three Republican senators. Her dying wish, according to NBC News and NPR, was that the next president after Trump names the nominee to replace her. She has developed a reputation as a solid conservative, opposed to the extension of gay rights and having taken a tough stance on treatment of prisoner.
But there may be issues on the Republican side.
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Authorities said a woman who ignored warnings not to drive into an area near a bridge is also missing. A year ago, flash floods killed 25 people and displaced hundreds of people in western Athens.
Mr Biden said on Friday that "the voters should pick the president and the president should pick the justice for the Senate to consider".
Her death, just weeks before the presidential election, offers Republicans a chance to lock in a conservative majority for decades to come, on a court where justices are appointed for life.
Senator Chuck Grassley, a former chairman of the Judiciary Committee, was adamant in blocking former President Barack Obama's appointment for a vacancy left in February 2016. Trump has tried to appeal to the demographic through a "law and order" message that says cities and suburbs are under threat from violent agitators amid months of racial justice protests.
During her confirmation hearing, she had a contentious exchange with Sen.
And Trump is expected to announce his nominee within the next week.
Even if Democrats win the White House and a Senate majority in the November election, Trump and McConnell have time as the full new Congress would not be sworn in until January 3. A special election in Arizona is also adding fuel to that urgency.
Democrats have lambasted the GOP in recent day over the memory of Senate Republicans - led by Sen. The victor of that contest would not have to wait until January 2 to be sworn-in like the rest of the senators and potentially could take office by early December. "There has been an open seat on the Supreme Court in a presidential election year 29 times in American history, and in every single case, the president has nominated a candidate".