A new Rasmussen poll released Tuesday shows the stark contrast between supporters of Barack ObamaBarack ObamaOvernight Tech: FCC chief gives states more control over internet subsidies | Dems urge Trump to veto bill blocking online privacy rules | House boosts its mobile security Overnight Defense: Pentagon considers more troops for Afghanistan | McCain, Graham won't back short-term funding | GOP defends Trump rules of engagement Paul Ryan sells out conservatives with healthcare surrender MORE and John McCainJohn McCainMcCain responds to North Korean criticism to calling Kim Jong-un 'crazy fat kid' Overnight Finance: Dems seek probe of acting SEC chief | Defense hawks say they won't back short-term funding | Senate seen as start point for Trump infrastructure plan | Dems want more money for IRS Overnight Defense: Pentagon considers more troops for Afghanistan | McCain, Graham won't back short-term funding | GOP defends Trump rules of engagement MORE on the issue of judges.

83 percent of McCain's supporters believe the justices "should rule on what is in the Constitution," while just 29 percent of Obama's supporters said the same.

Meanwhile, nearly half of Obama backers said each justice should rule based on their own personal sense of fairness, versus 11 percent for McCain.

60 percent of those polled believe the Constitution should be the main factor in Supreme Court rulings while 30 percent said rulings should be guided by each justice's sense of fairness and justice.

- Katie Stapleton-Paff