After releasing a slew of controversial end-of-term rulings, the United States Supreme Court is at an unprecedented low in public opinion.

A Rasmussen Report poll finds that 30 percent of the American public rate the Court’s performance as “poor.” Just 28 percent of those polled believe that the Court is doing a “good” or excellent job,” and 39 percent rated the court as “fair.”

During the last two weeks of the 2013 term, the Supreme Court released controversial decisions on affirmative action, voting rights and same-sex marriage, decisions that generated much dissent.