Venezuelans' trust in police, military at record lows
According to the survey, just 14 percent of respondents said they have confidence in the local police, while 84 percent said they do not.
That's by far the lowest level of confidence since the poll began in 2005, when 43 percent said police were trustworthy.
The Venezuelan military, though, isn't faring much better - as the poll found only 16 percent said they have faith in the country's armed forces. The Venezuelan judicial system received the same support.
In somewhat of a symbol of that lack of confidence in the country's judicial system, anti-government protesters set fire to the Venezuelan Supreme Court building in Caracas on Tuesday. ■