If Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., cares at all about being well known, we have good news and bad news for him.
The good news: he is the most well-known justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, according to a new survey by FindLaw.com. The bad news, only 20 percent of Americans surveyed could name him.
Those surveyed had much more trouble naming the other eight justices of the Court. While 16 percent of those surveyed could name Justice Antonin G. Scalia or Justice Clarence Thomas, only 3 percent could name Justice Stephen G. Breyer, making him the least known justice.
Only 34 percent of those surveyed could name any justice, according to the study.A mere 1 percent could correctly name all nine justices.