1. Where public confidence stands about eight groups that have positions of power and responsibility
Pew Research Center for the People and the Press
Public trust in leaders and those who have jobs that give them power and responsibility can apply to various aspects of their role in national and
survey again shows stark racial differences in Americans' attitudes toward police officers. Black adults much less likely than white adults to say officers care about people like them, do a good job fighting crime, admit mistakes, more.