46 percent support Sotomayor nomination; 32 percent opposed

46 percent of Americans would vote to confirm Judge Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court, a new poll released Friday found.

A Fox News/Opinion Dynamics poll said that a plurality of voters would support Sotomayor's nomination if they had a vote in the Senate. 32 percent said they would oppose the nominee, while 22 percent said they did not know how they would vote.

Also of note was the poll's finding that the now-often-repeated quote by Sotomayor discussing the role of race and gender in her decisionmaking is of little concern to most Americans, though many said they disagreed with the sentiment.

29 percent of those polled said Sotomayor's remarks should stop her from serving on the court, while 67 percent said it shouldn't.

However, when read Sotomayor's actual quote, 58 percent of Americans said they disagreed with the sentiment of the remarks, compared to 32 percent who agreed.

Find the whole poll here.