Fifty-three senators, a majority of the Senate, oppose confirmation of Robert H. Bork to the Supreme Court, while 36 senators say they support it, an Associated Press survey shows.

Eleven senators -- seven Republican and four Democrats -- remain uncommitted. Two of the Republicans, William V. Roth Jr. (Del.) and David F. Durenberger (Minn.), say they lean toward approval.

Those who oppose confirmation are:

Republicans: John H. Chafee (R.I.), Bob Packwood (Ore.), Arlen Specter (Pa.), Robert T. Stafford (Vt.) and Lowell P. Weicker Jr. (Conn.).

Democrats: Brock Adams (Wash.), Max Baucus (Mont.), Lloyd Bentsen (Tex.), Joseph R. Biden Jr. (Del.), Jeff Bingaman (N.M.), Bill Bradley (N.J.), John B. Breaux (La.), Dale Bumpers (Ark.), Quentin Burdick (N.D.), Robert C. Byrd Jr. (W.Va.), Lawton Chiles (Fla.), Kent Conrad (N.D.), Alan Cranston (Calif.), Thomas A. Daschle (S.D.), Dennis DeConcini (Ariz.), Alan J. Dixon (Ill.), Christopher J. Dodd (Conn.), J. James Exon (Neb.), Wendell Ford (Ky.), Wyche Fowler Jr. (Ga.), John Glenn (Ohio), Albert Gore Jr. (Tenn.), Bob Graham (Fla.), Tom Harkin (Iowa), Howell Heflin (Ala.), Daniel K. Inouye (Hawaii), J. Bennett Johnston (La.), Edward M. Kennedy (Mass.), John F. Kerry (Mass.), Frank R. Lautenberg (N.J.), Patrick J. Leahy (Vt.), Carl Levin (Mich.), Spark M. Matsunaga (Hawaii), John Melcher (Mont.), Howard M. Metzenbaum (Ohio), Barbara A. Mikulski (Md.), George J. Mitchell (Maine), Daniel Patrick Moynihan (N.Y.), Claiborne Pell (R.I.), David H. Pryor (Ark.), Donald W. Riegle Jr. (Mich.), John D. Rockefeller IV (W.Va.), Terry Sanford (N.C.), Paul S. Sarbanes (Md.), Jim Sasser (Tenn.), Richard C. Shelby (Ala.), Paul Simon (Ill.) and Timothy Wirth (Colo.).

Those who favor Bork are:

Democrats: David L. Boren (Okla.) and Ernest F. Hollings (S.C.).

Republicans: William L. Armstrong (Colo.), Christopher S. Bond (Mo.), Rudy Boschwitz (Minn.), Thad Cochran (Miss.), William S. Cohen (Maine), John C. Danforth (Mo.), Robert J. Dole (Kan.), Pete V. Domenici (N.M.), Jake Garn (Utah), Phil Gramm (Tex.), Charles E. Grassley (Iowa), Orrin G. Hatch (Utah), Mark O. Hatfield (Ore.), Chic Hecht (Nev.), Jesse Helms (N.C.), Gordon J. Humphrey (N.H.), David Karnes (Neb.), Nancy Landon Kassebaum (Kan.), Robert W. Kasten Jr. (Wis.), Richard G. Lugar (Ind.), John McCain (Ariz.), James A. McClure (Idaho), Mitch McConnell (Ky.), Don Nickles (Okla.), Larry Pressler (S.D.), Dan Quayle (Ind.), Warren B. Rudman (N.H.), Alan K. Simpson (Wyo.), Ted Stevens (Alaska), Steve Symms (Idaho), Strom Thurmond (S.C.), Paul S. Trible Jr. (Va.), Malcolm Wallop (Wyo.) and Pete Wilson (Calif.).

The uncommitted are:

Democrats: Sam Nunn (Ga.), William Proxmire (Wis.), Harry M. Reid (Nev.) and John C. Stennis (Miss.).

Republicans: Alfonse M. D'Amato (N.Y.), Durenberger, Daniel J. Evans (Wash.), John Heinz (Pa.), Frank H. Murkowski (Alaska), Roth and John W. Warner (Va.).