How Common Are Hate Crimes? It’s Another National Data Gap

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National data on hate crime is scarce because the FBI's counting is flawed. Incidents of hate crime have declined from 200 on the day after the presidential election to fewer than 10 per day in early December, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. But the center says they will persist if the Trump administration "continues to demonize certain populations . . .

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