The Missouri Attorney General's 2018 report on traffic stops shows black drivers were even more likely to be stopped than white drivers compared to the year prior. Statewide in 2018, blacks were 91% more likely than whites to be stopped by law enforcement. That's based on the driving-age population of both groups in the 2010 census.
Wednesday, June 05, 2019
Show-Me Traffic Stop Missouri Bias Redux?!?
An MSM tradition, running the numbers and making sweeping assumptions about a data set. To be fair, the NAACP used these stats to target the State as a "no-go" zone. Here's the follow-up and update on numbers that spark division and never really seem to encourage solutions beyond political chest thumping: