from Knorr et al. (2024):
source: Knorr et al. (2024).
From the paper:
First, overall public violence victimization among Asian Americans dropped shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic, consistent with the fact that Asian Americans stayed home longer during the early months of the pandemic. Second, looking at incidents of interracial public violence, evidence suggests that relative to other Americans, Asian Americans are more likely to be victims of strangers and acquaintances than perpetrators of family members or friends. here we go. This finding is consistent with more racially motivated violence against Asian Americans since the COVID-19 pandemic began, leading them to spend less time in public spaces.
To see a different table highlighting correlations with Trump's use of the term “Chinese virus,” see this postal.