Poll: Most Americans Don’t Blame Police For Shootings

Newly released polling data shows that despite the attempts of the far-left media, Americans generally don’t blame cops for police shootings.

Rasmussen Reports released new polling data which showed that only a small minority of those surveyed think police are usually to blame when an alleged criminal is shot.

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“Americans generally have a high opinion of their local police, and barely one-in-five think cops are mostly at fault when a suspect gets shot,” Rasmussen said.

The poll found that people’s opinions have not largely changed in recent years, despite a slew of biased media coverage.

“The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 67% of American Adults rate the performance of the police in the area where they live as good or excellent,” Rasmussen said. “That’s unchanged from our March 2018 survey. Just nine percent (9%) rate their local cops poorly.”

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