According to the results of a public opinion survey released by Gallup Consulting Company on August 12, local time, American people’s trust in their police has dropped to the lowest level in nearly 30 years. Only about 48% of Americans have “strong” trust in the country’s police, compared with 53% last year, according to the data. It is worth mentioning that there is a huge gap between white and African American respondents in the trust of the US police – 56% of the former, while only 19% of the African Americans believe in the US police. The survey began in 1993. This year’s investigation began just weeks after George Floyd, an African American man, died of white police brutality.