Crime, Police Reform, and Law Enforcement: Americans Agree More Than You Might Think

About 65% of Americans are currently dissatisfied with the nation’s policies to reduce or control crime, more than any time in the 21st century. This comes as President Biden’s approval rating on crime sits at 38% and the percentage of Americans that think crime is “extremely serious” sits at a 20-year high.
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Democrats and Republicans Actually Agree on Many Policing Reforms

While the subject of U.S. policing remained contentious in the wake of George Floyd's death, surveys conducted this past summer showed many areas of overlap in terms of police reform. There is sometimes a faulty perception that Democrats support many kinds of deep policy changes, while...
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Story of the Week: Crime Concerns at 4-Year High Amid Surge in Violence

Amid a recent surge in violent crime and shootings, Americans' concerns about crime are at a four-year high. An ABC News / Washington Post poll conducted in June found that 59% of Americans believe crime is an “extremely” or “very” serious problem. At least 150 people were killed in...
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