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Law School Poll Reveals Blacks and Hispanics Feel Safe Around Police

Minorities in Wisconsin say they feel safe around cops, an Aug. 31 Marquette University Law School poll reveals.

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The school polled 803 registered Wisconsin voters concerning the civil unrest in Milwaukee, also asking about feelings towards law enforcement in the wake of recent violence.

Eighty-six percent of those polled said that they feel “mostly safe” with police in their community, while only 12 percent said that the police made them feel “mostly anxious.”

Protestors march toward police lines during disturbances following the police shooting of a man in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein

Protestors march toward police lines during disturbances following the police shooting of a man in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein

And a full 57 percent of Hispanics and blacks polled said that they felt safe around police, with only 37 percent saying that they felt “mostly anxious.”

Minorities in Wisconsin say they feel safe around cops, an Aug. 31 Marquette University Law School poll reveals.

The school polled 803 registered Wisconsin voters concerning the civil unrest in Milwaukee, also asking about feelings towards law enforcement in the wake of recent violence.

Eighty-six percent of those polled said that they feel “mostly safe” with police in their community, while only 12 percent said that the police made them feel “mostly anxious.”

And a full 57 percent of Hispanics and blacks polled said that they felt safe around police, with only 37 percent saying that they felt “mostly anxious.”

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