In the year before Obama took office, there were only 149 organized hate groups on record. Although the total number dropped from 1,007 in 2012 to 939 in 2013, that still constitutes an explosive increase of 630%. Black separatists do comprise a small part of this list, of course, but the rest includes a range of white supremacists (the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis, White Nationalists, Racist Skinheads, Neo-Confederates) and Christian Identity movements. It should be noted that there is a heavy concentration of these groups below the Mason-Dixon Line, although California technically has more than any other state.
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