United States of Hate Groups Infographic

United States of Hate Groups Infographic

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The Atlantic Senior Editor Richard Florida breaks down The Geography of Hate across America in relation to education, religion, and voting for Barack Obama and John McCain in the previous election. The results, while not shocking, take on new significance by exploring how states like Mississippi, Arkansas, and Montana arrived at the hateful places they are today.

I enjoyed Florida’s piece so much, I’m making it the daily gay infographic.

Florida also provides several other charts offering other lenses to view this data through. The entire article is absolutely worth a read.

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