This is an interesting result.
Black Lives Matter is underwater … in Oregon.
“The Black Lives Matter movement has won supporters and detractors in equal measure, according to a new poll, but many on both sides agree — it changed Oregon, and the world.
The Oregon Values and Beliefs Center found that nearly a quintile (19%) of Oregonians believe the social push, often abbreviated as BLM, had a positive impact — while a roughly equivalent portion (22%) say the effect was negative.
A larger share, 29%, said the movement contains both good and bad elements. Another fifth (22%) said it had “no impact” and 9% were unsure.
“There was more equality but at the same time it turned into unwanted riots,” said one survey respondent, identified as a female Democrat living in Clackamas County. …”
Public opinion on policing has done a 180 over the past year.
“More voters want to add to the number of police in their communities than subtract from them, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds.
Forty-four percent of registered voters in the July 8-9 survey said they want more police and policing activity in their community.
By contrast, 7 percent of respondents said they want less police in their area while 50 percent said they want the same amount of police. …”
It makes me wonder where this is going without Donald Trump around as a lightning rod. How are Black Lives Matter and Antifa polling in swing states and districts?
Note: Lots of people are also saying that Portland is over.