"Conservative" Supreme Court Justices' confirmation votes in the Senate, the year of their confirmations, and the percent of the represented population (parts of the country like the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, with no Senate representation, are excluded) that opposed their elevation to the Court:
John Roberts 78-22 (2005) 36.8% AGAINST
Clarence Thomas 52-48 (1991) 52.0% AGAINST
Samuel Alito 58-42 (2005) 50.2% AGAINST
Neil Gorsuch 54-45 (2017) 54.4% AGAINST
Brett Kavanaugh 50-48 (2017) 56.3% AGAINST
Amy Coney Barrett 52-48 (2020) 53.1% AGAINST
(A state whose Senators split on support has its population counted half FOR, half AGAINST. Absences and "PRESENT" votes included as FOR votes. Population is based on the Census in effect for House Apportionment at the time of the vote, the main skewness from which is that Thomas' populations are based on the almost-ten-years-out-of-date 1980 Census.)
So right now, a majority of the Supreme Court -- all fairly aligned in their political perspectives -- is composed exclusively of Justices whose appointment was opposed by Senators representing a majority of the American people.
I might add that Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Coney Barrett were each nominated by a President who lost the popular vote when he won his election to office, and Gorsuch was appointed only after Trumpublicans in the Senate refused to hold a vote on Obama's nominee for eleven months.
Keep this in mind whenever you hear about governments "deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed."