Based on the outputs the drops are in routing protocol, broadcast and igmp snooping queues. Its expected to see some drops on Supervisor queues as the queue depth is low and the CPU process time for each Queue is also little low.
With that said I have seen scenarios where the drops were incrementing and did not see any impact.
So the question is are you seeing any impact on any of the "routing protocol, broadcast and igmp snooping" protocols ? Are these counters incrementing by a big number ?
Obviously too much broadcast is also not good so you might have to check that out.
One other command that will help identify the traffic hitting the cpu queues is : show buffer pool RXQ4 packet.
The queue number range is 0 -15. In your case you might want to check queue 4 , 8 and 10.
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