Wisconsin’s Largest Police Union Did A Statewide Survey Of Police And Crime Issues. Here Are The Big Takeaways.

A statewide poll sponsored by the largest police union in the state showed consistent divisions along racial lines on a variety of issues regarding policing and crime.

The survey showed people of color were more likely than whites to describe police violence as a broad and high-priority issue, more likely to identify crime and poverty as issues in their communities and more likely to call for a defunding of police resources in favor of increased spending on social programs.

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