Last week, as Gary Dobson and David Norris's 19-year escape from justice finally came to an end, the distraught parents of another young ethnic minority man visited the scene of their son's death.
Anuj Bidve, a 23-year-old Lancaster University student who was shot dead on Boxing Day, was killed for the apparent crime of not being white.
Among people of Pakistani descent the figure rises to 94 per cent.
From the start, Gamergate was a village bicycle for any and every conservative and/or reactionary pundit, who tagged along in order to attack feminists and "social justice warriors" (by which they mean "people who aren't reactionaries"), as well as fool as many people as possible into being recruited to the alt-right.
Gamergate has its roots in the antifeminist attacks directed at media critic Anita Sarkeesian in 2012 after the start of her crowdfunding campaign, but what everyone recognizes as "Gamergate" began after Zoe Quinn's ex-boyfriend Eron Gjoni recruited 4channers and Redditors to his personal army to perpetuate his abusive relationship with her.
Gamergate advocates, known as "Gamergaters" or derisively as "Gators", later claimed that they were a "consumer revolt" against what they perceive as "unethical practices" by video game reviewers, a talking point they came up with to deflect accusations of harassment or that they were simply attacking Zoe Quinn.
White people had the same level of concern as Black Caribbeans and more than Indians (68 per cent) and Black Africans (67 per cent).
The findings coincide with intense media coverage of the arrival in Britain of new immigrants from Romania and Bulgaria following the lifting of working restrictions on 1 January.