There is a growing perception that police brutality when approaching black people is a broad problem
The vast majority of Americans support protests in the United States to end police violence and racism, according to a survey done at the request of The Washington Post.
The study found that 74% of the inquirees agree with the acts and 25% disagree with them. The demonstrations began after George Floyd, a black man, was choked and killed in a police action on May 25. The demonstrations spread to dozens of cities in the country and also in other countries.
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