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Just How Many Neo-Nazis Are There in the U.S., Anyway?

Hate groups expose racism in the U.S. Neo-Nazis suddenly seem highly visible following this weekend's Unite the Right riot in Charlottesville that left counter-protester Heather Heyer dead. The protest was largely void of Klan hoods, suggesting that neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan are feeling more emboldened. With the renewed visibility of these groups, many may be wondering: How many people do hate groups count as members, and where are these groups located? Data from the Southern Poverty Law Center suggests the number of hate groups is currently near the country's all-time recorded high, in 2011.
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