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KMOD

(7,906 posts)
Tue Sep 6, 2016, 10:37 AM Sep 2016

Poll: Young people trust Hillary Clinton more on police violence

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WHO DO YOU TRUST?

Young Americans across racial and ethnic groups are more likely to trust Clinton than Trump to handle police violence against African-Americans. That's by a 61 percent-to-5 percent margin among young blacks, 58 percent to 6 percent among young Latinos, 56 percent to 8 percent among Asian-Americans, and 44 percent to 20 percent among young whites.


http://www.oregonlive.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/09/poll_young_people_dont_agree_o.html

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Poll: Young people trust Hillary Clinton more on police violence (Original Post) KMOD Sep 2016 OP
Not so young anymore bigwillq Sep 2016 #1
I think even good politicians attract self serving assholes who taint their service.... bettyellen Sep 2016 #2
 

bigwillq

(72,790 posts)
1. Not so young anymore
Tue Sep 6, 2016, 10:39 AM
Sep 2016

But I prefer Hillary over Trump on this matter, although I don't really trust any politician.

 

bettyellen

(47,209 posts)
2. I think even good politicians attract self serving assholes who taint their service....
Tue Sep 6, 2016, 10:51 AM
Sep 2016

And often use their connections for helping those close to them. In some cases - like Planned Parenthood, I think excellent partnerships are created, others not so much. Pork is part of how government functions, every rep tries to get what their can for their constituents. I don't understand how this is news to people all of a sudden.

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