It’s a day old but still worth analyzing in depth, in part because it correlates with other polling on the subject of abolishing and/or defunding the police. Majorities in every demographic of the latest Economist/YouGov poll strongly oppose the idea of abolishing police, and majorities in most demos also oppose the idea of defunding them, too.
More than two-thirds of Americans approve of the non-violent protests in favor of policing reform, but overall, only 11% favor abolishing the police, with 73% opposing the idea. The sample does differentiate between abolishing and defunding, but not by a whole lot. Opposition to the latter hits a majority too, more than doubling support at 24/53. That is similar to the same question asked by Quinnipiac, which saw its split at 41/54.
Analyzing the demos on abolishment is fairly simple; there isn’t a single demo in the poll that doesn’t have a majority opposed to it. The narrowest split comes with 18-29YOs at 19/51, with black voters opposed 22/55. Even self-described liberals oppose the idea 23/60, and Joe Biden supporters oppose it 16/68.