For each SCOTUS judge, a certain number of Senators supported their nomination. Each senator was elected because he received a certain number of votes. So if we add up all the votes for the Senators who approved the nomination, and compare that to all the votes for the Senators who disapproved of the nomination, what do we get for each currently sitting SCOTUS? Has anybody done this calculation?
Ian Samuel wrote an article in the Guardian where he cites the sort of figures I am interested in, for Gorsuch and Kavanaugh (5th paragraph from the end). His source for Gorsuch is an article in the Chicago-Kent Law Review by Kevin J. McMahon from Trinity College (volume 93, issue 2, p 343); McMahon provides similar figures for Thomas, Kagan, and Alito as well. Clearly, I am not the only one interested in this data!