After Ferguson Shooting, Nearly Half Of Americans Don’t Believe In Justice – Poll – 15 August 2014
Forty-five percent of US citizens don’t trust in justice amid police killings of civilians, according to a poll by HuffPost and YouGov in the immediate aftermath of the shooting of Michael Brown, a black teen, by a white officer in Ferguson, Missouri.
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At the same time, 37 percent of Americans do trust the justice system, while 19 percent are undecided.
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