After Killings of Police, Public Respect for Officers Rises

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New Gallup survey finds 76% in U.S. have a "great deal" of respect for police in their area, highest level since 1967. Laurie Robinson, co-chair of presidential policing task force, credits "rallying support of law enforcement in the wake of the shootings" in Texas and Louisiana . . .

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