For early morning denizens of the discourse we share yet another lecture about the rising rate of hateration according to recent surveys.
Here's a bit of useful data . . .
As the conclusion to the study says, "The State of Hate Index is the first glimpse of how hate manifests from state to state. It is nowhere near the sharpest picture of the fields of hate in America. It is, however, a sharper view of the dynamics as a whole, drawn from the most accurate data sources existing to date. Much more refinement is needed. Asian American, Muslim American, Arab American and Latinx-based hate is included in the general framework of SoHI, but it is not broken down into separate, stand-alone variables. . .We need even more accounting of hate-based destruction of property and lives."
Missouri ranked 18th from the top and Kansas 21st.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
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