The latest Rasmussen poll strongly suggests it - sort of:
After last week's Supreme Court rulings on ObamaCare and same-sex "marriage," more voters believe that states should have the right to ignore federal court rulings, a new Rasmussen Reports survey shows.
The poll found that one-third of the one thousand likely voters surveyed agree that States should hold the power, up nine points from the 24% who agreed in a February Rasmussen poll.
Not a majority, but a large minority. Now the next step is to educate "likely voters" to understand that States already hold the power to ignore, or nullify, federal court rulings as holders of original authority, their being the ones which created the federal government in the first place.
Further, 52% of the voters in the current poll, taken between June 30th-July 1st, disagree that States should be allowed to go around the Supreme Court's rulings, down from 58% in February.
33/52 is better than 24/58. Perhaps Obergefell v. Hodges and King v. Burwell managed to open another batch of eyes about the out-of-control tyranny that is forcibly turning our society upside down. If that number is even-steven by Thanksgiving (even though this States-rights surge will probably fade over time), we'll be able to officially dub it a trend, which has all kinds of interesting implications for the upcoming presidential campaign.
Can't wait to see how Mrs. Clinton will spin or duck this one.