Attitudes toward police differ by race, but consensus on some issues, report finds.

7:30 am Dec. 9, 2016

It’s no surprise that attitudes toward police in America break sharply based on race.

But a new survey finds a consensus on a variety of issues regarding law enforcement across the country. The study conducted by Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank in Washington D.C., found an overwhelming majority (84 percent) oppose the common practice of police seizing money or property in drug cases before a person is convicted.

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