Most people want to see actor Johnny Depp cast for future films, according to a poll on the public's attitudes on the defamation trial between Depp and ex-wife Amber Heard.
The strongest support for Depp's recasting comes from people under 30 years old, according to the YouGov America poll.
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Roughly 48% strongly approved of the 58-year-old being cast in new projects, 21% somewhat approved, and only 14% either disapproved or strongly disapproved, according to poll analysis.
A similar pattern of support is seen among people ages 30-44 and 45-64, but support wavers a little with people 65 and older, with 31% of that group not sure.
When to comes to Heard's acting future, most people either disapproved or were not sure if they would approve filmmakers casting the 36-year-old in future movies.
The poll asked a myriad of other questions, including how people view the media's treatment of Depp and Heard, how they feel about the amount of coverage dedicated to the trial, and how likely they are to believe all women.
Regarding the media's treatment of Heard, the majority was either not sure or believed it is about right, and the same goes for Depp.
The vast majority of people over 45 believes the trial is being covered too much, with 72% of respondents over 65 sharing that sentiment.
When it comes to a woman publicly accusing a man of committing domestic violence, most respondents said they sometimes think she is telling the truth.
The strongest support for the notion of "believe all women" comes from those ages 30-44 and over 65.
Roughly 20% of the former and 23% of the latter reported they always believe a woman's claims.
The poll of 1,000 adults was conducted online from May 20-22, 2022, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.
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Depp categorically denies Heard's claims of abuse and said the defamatory remarks have ruined his life and career.
He is seeking roughly $50 million in damages relating to his career and $350,000 in punitive damages, legal fees, and court costs.