Hate Crime Statistics in USA – Extremely Low!

by Jack

As reported by the FBI, hate crimes affect about 1.8% of our total population.  In 2014 this was 5,992 persons in the USA (see FBI chart below) .  Of this number only 1018 crimes are attributed to a person’s religion (17%).  Of that number over 60% are directed at Jews and less than one third, or about 300 cases were directed at Muslims.   That would be less than 300 alleged cases out of 2,595,000 Muslims living in the USA, or .015% of Muslims are likely to victims of a hate crime.   As you can see the hate crimes against Muslims is almost non-existent, in fact you’re three times more likely to be a hate crime victim if you are Jewish!  Since 9/11 no perceptible backlash against Muslims has happened.    Hate crimes in the US in general are almost a non-event, according to the FBI.


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4 Responses to Hate Crime Statistics in USA – Extremely Low!

  1. Georgia says:

    Here is some more from the FBI website.

    Hate crimes add an element of bias to traditional crimes—and the mixture is toxic to our communities.

    Crimes of hatred and prejudice—from lynchings to cross burnings to vandalism of synagogues—are a sad fact of American history, but the term “hate crime” did not enter the nation’s vocabulary until the 1980s, when emerging hate groups like the Skinheads launched a wave of bias-related crime. The FBI began investigating what we now call hate crimes as far back as World War I, when the Ku Klux Klan first attracted our attention. Today, we remain dedicated to working with state and local partners to prevent these crimes and to bring to justice those who commit them.
    End Quote

    Who was President and how did politics change in the 1980. There is a direct relationship. The media changed during the elections.


    • Post Scripts says:

      Georgia, et al. You know the answer, why not just say it. It was the peanut farmer. How did politics change? Depends on who you are asking. You ask a democrat you get one answer, you ask a republican you get another, both could be right, so how do you think it changed…just state your point.

  2. Georgia says:

    This comment has been removed because it contained a blatant lie designed to cast a slur on a fine person. We won’t allow this kind of lying, hate talk, take it somewhere else!

  3. Tina says:

    The radical left depend on the illusion of division and hate among the people to further their transformative agenda.

    America is not “systemically” a racist nation as these hard core agitators continually attempt to sell.

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