Latino leaders on police-community relations in U.S.
Today, the National Institute for Latino Policy released its National Latino Opinion Leaders Survey results. The survey assesses opinion regarding everything from identity to racial relations. The survey also focuses some attention on Latino leaders' views on bias in the criminal justice system.
AL DÍA created an infographic that unites the results of NiLP's leadership questions on criminal justice, along with responses from the 2014 General Social Survey from NORC which has long purported to measure trends in American opinion, along with a 2014 Pew Research Center report about confidence in local policing. As a whole, it provides an interesting snapshot of the state of Latino police-community relations nationally.
Click on the link to take you to the interactive graphic: