From DFO"s files (25 years ago):
The most likely Idahoan to have friendly feelings toward minorities is at least 56 years old, well-educated and living in the five North Idaho counties. That's the picture painted by a statewide poll gauging racial and religious tolerance. ... The results were distributed today by the Northwest Coalition Against Malicious Harassment and the Idaho Human Rights Commission. ... In releasing the report, coalition President Tony Stewart said it reconfirms his commitment to education's role in weeding out prejudice.
Question: Would you say today that North Idaho is the friendliest place in the state for minorities?