If you're a little embarrassed for the confused graduates who thought she was a U.S. justice, you'll probably also feel bad for the more than 5 percent of college graduates who picked John Kerry as their answer. In comparison, 11.5 percent of the total population pegged him as a member of the U.S. judicial branch. Again, no. (Video via CBS)
But if you find yourself suddenly wondering who is on the Supreme Court and how they got there, we'll help you out — judgment free.
These nine people make up the current U.S. Supreme Court. They got their seats thanks to a president nomination and a Senate vote. And they can pretty much hang on to their positions for life, as long as they maintain good behavior.
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