ICYMI: “The Conservative Base Wants Criminal Justice Reform”

In an op-ed for National Review, Charles Koch Institute senior research fellow Vikrant Reddy shares insights from CKI’s latest criminal justice polling results:

The Charles Koch Institute (CKI) polled several hundred conservative voters to assess whether they recognize criminal justice as an important issue currently facing the nation. While specific reasons for their interest are debatable, 81 percent of Trump voters polled described the issue as either “very important” or “somewhat important”– a definite consensus.

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