Special Report

The Reported Incidence of Hate Crimes in Every State

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40. Wyoming
> Reported hate crimes: 1.0 per 100,000 people (total: 6)
> Hate crimes against persons: 50.0% of total
> Hate crimes against property: 50.0% of total
> Hate crimes against society: 0.0% of total
> Hate crime motivations: 80.0% race; 0.0% religion; 20.0% sexual orientation
> Hate crime reporting agencies: 55; covering 88.6% of the population

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39. Utah
> Reported hate crimes: 1.1 per 100,000 people (total: 34)
> Hate crimes against persons: 58.8% of total
> Hate crimes against property: 32.4% of total
> Hate crimes against society: 8.8% of total
> Hate crime motivations: 66.7% race; 16.7% religion; 16.7% sexual orientation
> Hate crime reporting agencies: 121; covering 96.0% of the population

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38. Georgia
> Reported hate crimes: 1.2 per 100,000 people (total: 123)
> Hate crimes against persons: 68.3% of total
> Hate crimes against property: 30.9% of total
> Hate crimes against society: 0.8% of total
> Hate crime motivations: 75.5% race; 8.8% religion; 5.9% sexual orientation
> Hate crime reporting agencies: 495; covering 87.5% of the population

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37. New Hampshire
> Reported hate crimes: 1.3 per 100,000 people (total: 17)
> Hate crimes against persons: 52.9% of total
> Hate crimes against property: 47.1% of total
> Hate crimes against society: 0.0% of total
> Hate crime motivations: 50.0% race; 31.3% religion; 18.8% sexual orientation
> Hate crime reporting agencies: 188; covering 96.6% of the population

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36. Indiana
> Reported hate crimes: 1.3 per 100,000 people (total: 87)
> Hate crimes against persons: 72.4% of total
> Hate crimes against property: 26.4% of total
> Hate crimes against society: 1.1% of total
> Hate crime motivations: 62.7% race; 17.3% religion; 18.7% sexual orientation
> Hate crime reporting agencies: 214; covering 54.1% of the population

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