Housing site Abodo has put together a study analyzing tweets to figure out the most- and least-hate-filled places in the country. Between June 2014 to December 2015, they geolocated 154 keywords among 12 million tweets. The keywords included slurs and other prejudiced language against black people, Hispanic/Latino people, women, gays and lesbians, transgender people, people with disabilities, and the overweight.
Here are the results for most hate-filled states:
And the overall least hate-filled states:
They then looked at hate-filled cities. Here are the ones with the highest use of anti-black terms, including the N-word.
And finally, anti-transgender cities:
To see which keywords they searched for, click here.
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