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Monmouth Poll: Majority Sees Law, Order as ‘Major Concern’

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By Tauren Dyson    |   Monday, 14 September 2020 06:21 PM

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Close to two-thirds of Americans are worried whether law and order in the United States will remain in place at a time when racial justice protests and riots have rippled through cities around the country, according to the latest Monmouth poll.

About 65% of adults said keeping the peace is a “major concern” and 35% called it a minor problem. That is compared to only 8% who said maintaining law and order was not a concern at all, according to the report.

Just after the death of George Floyd, 76% of people had major concerns about whether the country could keep law and order in place. Just five years ago, only 51% of Americans considered it a big problem.

Among respondents, 52% were optimistic De

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