Tracking the explosion of hate in Trump’s America since Election Day – Adam Peck / ThinkProgress

On November 8, 2016, Donald Trump was elected president. Within hours, the United States was awash in an unprecedented wave of hateful incidents, many of them perpetrated by people claiming to be Trump supporters.

Various forms of hatred surged during Trump’s campaign — especially Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, and general support for white supremacy. But his election appears to have emboldened vitriol of all kinds, triggering a rash of harrowing — and sometimes violent — incidents that has left many Americans afraid. Just one week out from Election Day, the Southern Poverty Law Center counted more than 300 reports of hate incidents, with more pouring in every day. One week later, their tally breached 700.

Hoping to help assess the scale and scope of what Trump’s election has unleashed, ThinkProgress is mapping this explosion of hate (click on states or categories to see detailed accounts, and scroll down below the map for our explanation and methodology).

See the interactive map here