Gov't gets high marks for fighting crime

Monday, February 11, 2019

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The majority of respondents to a recent Jamaica Observer/Bill Johnson poll believe that the Government has made progress in the fight against crime since it took office in 2016, even as they hold the view that crime is more of a problem in the country over the past three years.
At the same time, just under half of those surveyed fingered unemployment as the major contributor to crime.
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