Fewer Americans Think Justice System ‘Not Tough Enough’

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Americans' views of how the criminal justice system is handling crime have shifted considerably in the past 13 years, says a new Gallup survey. Some 45 percent say the justice system is "not tough enough," down from 65 percent in 2003. Americans are more likely than they have been in three previous polls to describe the justice system's approach as "about right" (35 . . .

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