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Should the officer involved in George Floyd’s death be arrested?

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Citizens have organized protests across the country to call for action against the officer involved in the death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man in Minneapolis. Video footage showed officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on Floyd’s neck during an arrest, while Floyd said “I can’t breathe.” Shortly after the incident, he was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Protesters have called for action against the officer. Do Americans think he should be arrested?

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Nearly four in five Americans (78%) say he should be arrested

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6% say that he should not be arrested

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Democrats (90%) are more likely than Independents (76%) and Republicans (68%) to say they believe the officer should be arrested

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How much have you heard about Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou’s extradition?

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Earlier this week, a court in Canada ruled that fraud charges against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in the United States would constitute a crime in Canada, which opens a path for her to be extradited to the US. How much have Americans heard about this case?

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26% say they’ve heard a little about this, and 12% say they’ve heard a lot

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Over half (54%) say they haven’t read or heard anything about this case

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Men (44%) are more likely than women (32%) to say they've heard at least a little bit about this case

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Should businesses be allowed to ban people wearing masks?

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In some states, businesses including gas stations, bars, and retail stores have prohibited customers from entering if they’re wearing face masks. Do Americans think businesses should be allowed to ban people from entering if they’re wearing face masks?

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56% think businesses should be allowed to do this

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About three in 10 (29%) say businesses should not be allowed to do this

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Those with a household income of $80,000 or more (63%) are especially likely to say businesses should be allowed to do this

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Friday, May 29

78% of Americans believe the officer involved in George Floyd's death should be arrested

Welcome to YouGov Daily, where we bring you new data every day on health, politics, entertainment, and other topical issues.

Should the officer involved in George Floyd’s death be arrested?

Citizens have organized protests across the country to call for action against the officer involved in the death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man in Minneapolis. Video footage showed officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on Floyd’s neck during an arrest, while Floyd said “I can’t breathe.” Shortly after the incident, he was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Protesters have called for action against the officer. Do Americans think he should be arrested?

Nearly four in five Americans (78%) say he should be arrested

6% say that he should not be arrested

Democrats (90%) are more likely than Independents (76%) and Republicans (68%) to say they believe the officer should be arrested

How much have you heard about Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou’s extradition?

Earlier this week, a court in Canada ruled that fraud charges against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in the United States would constitute a crime in Canada, which opens a path for her to be extradited to the US. How much have Americans heard about this case?

26% say they’ve heard a little about this, and 12% say they’ve heard a lot

Over half (54%) say they haven’t read or heard anything about this case

Men (44%) are more likely than women (32%) to say they've heard at least a little bit about this case

Should businesses be allowed to ban people wearing masks?

In some states, businesses including gas stations, bars, and retail stores have prohibited customers from entering if they’re wearing face masks. Do Americans think businesses should be allowed to ban people from entering if they’re wearing face masks?

56% think businesses should be allowed to do this

About three in 10 (29%) say businesses should not be allowed to do this

Those with a household income of $80,000 or more (63%) are especially likely to say businesses should be allowed to do this

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