A poll released Wednesday from Marquette University Law School found that just one in five Americans supports overturning Roe vs. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the first trimester of pregnancy. 

The poll also found that the approval rating of the Supreme Court fell to 49% in September, down from 60% in July. The Supreme Court has six justices nominated by Republican presidents, and three justices nominated by Democrats. Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who was nominated by former President Donald Trump, was confirmed by the Senate in October.

The survey also found that 50% of Americans opposed overturning Roe and 29% of Americans said they haven’t heard enough on the ruling to form an opinion. 

The survey comes after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a controversial that prohibits abortions as early as six weeks and makes abortion illegal in almost all cases, including rape and incest. The new law, which went into effect in early September, also allows private citizens to sue anyone who “aides an abets” in an abortion.

The Supreme Court did not block the abortion law, less than a day after it took effect. The vote was 5 to 4, with Chief Justice John Roberts dissenting with the court’s three liberal members.

The Supreme Court will soon hear a Mississippi abortion law case that bans the procedure after 15 weeks.