Christina Aguilera: “What about Trolls?”
Mapping The Most And Least Troll-Ridden Places In The U.S.
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Carrie Fisher: “Here …”
Miley Cyrus: “Really?”
Bellflower wins the distinction of being the most unlike its neighbors; while it isn’t the most toxic city in the US, it is 335 percent more toxic than the rest of California.
This South Jersey burg (pop. 2,513) has the chattiest commenters in the US: 114 authors are responsible for 150,151 comments. That averages out to 1,317 comments each!
The least toxic city in the US. Sadly, it’s not because scenes from The Walking Dead were shot here and zombies have eaten all the trolls. It’s just a small town, and the smaller the group, the more influence a few bad apples (or bright pennies) will have.
Park Forest, IL
The most toxic city in the US, where 34 percent of comments are hostile. But 99 percent of those come from just two authors.
The proportion of crummy comments is higher here than in any other state.
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Prime Troll Time
Nina Agdal: “What’s a Troll, can you eat it?”