Wisconsinites overwhelmingly doubt impartiality of law enforcement

There seemed to be less confidence in police officers and courts treating minorities fairly compared to society as a whole. Only 5 percent responded that the justice system did an “excellent” job of treating all people fairly, regardless of race. Thirty-two percent believed it did a “good job,” while 30 percent rated its performance as “fair” and 27 percent said it was “poor.”

Via Latest Marquette poll gauges Wisconsin’s views on race @ Madison.com.

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