(CNN) -- As the O.J. Simpson trial winds down, fewer Americans think that the prosecution's case is a strong one. While most of those answering a CNN-Time Magazine survey said prosecutors are doing the job, the number has dropped seven points since January, and 17 points since last July.
The focus on racial slurs by former detective Mark Fuhrman appears to be having little impact on the public's overall view of police. Sixty-three percent of those surveyed believe few police officers are prejudiced against blacks. Only 8 percent said most police are prejudiced.
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