A new poll finds police harassment is familiar to young blacks and Hispanics.

FOX's Tonya J. Powers has more:

A new survey finds 2/3's of young African-Americans and four in 10 Hispanics say they or someone they know has experienced violence or harassment at the hands of police.

That includes about two in 10 in each group who say that was a personal experience, including about three in 10 black men who say the same.

The poll, which surveyed adults age 18 to 30, was conducted by GenForward by the black youth project at the University of Chicago and is the first of its kind.

About six in 10 young adults consider the killings of black people by the police and violence against the police as extremely or very serious problems, according to the poll.

It also shows young people do want a police presence in their communities.

Tonya J. Powers, FOX News.

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