When asked who would do a better job handling various issues, Trump does best on the economy, while Biden does best on race relations:On the policing front, while 82 percent supported the way cops are doing their job, only 46 percent of Ohioans felt that police officers are held accountable for misconduct, and there were defined racial lines in respondents' answers when asked if they worried about being personally affected by police violence.
On the economy, Trump leads 53 - 43 percent;
On handling a crisis, Biden has a slight lead 50 - 46 percent;
On the coronavirus response, Biden has a slight lead 50 - 45 percent;
On health care, Biden leads 51 - 43 percent;
On race relations, Biden leads 54 - 38 percent.
Asked whether being a victim of police violence is something they personally worry about, 82 percent of voters say "no," while 18 percent say "yes." There are stark differences when broken down by race. Sixty percent of Black voters say they personally worry about being the victim of police violence compared to only 9 percent of white voters.
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