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Over Two-Thirds of Police Officers Surveyed Think Post-Incident Protests are Anti-Police

From ABC News [1]:

A new survey indicates that more than two-thirds of police officers believe that protests that typically follow high-profile police shootings are “motivated to a great extent by anti-police bias” — one of several findings that appear to highlight deep divisions between law enforcement and the citizens they protect.

The survey [2] conducted by the National Police Research Platform and published by the Pew Research [3] Center, polled nearly 8,000 police officers from [4] 54 police and sheriff’s departments across the United States.