According to a new study from social psychologists Mark Brandt and Jarret Crawford, people with both high and low intelligence are prejudice and hate people. But who they're prejudiced against says a lot. In their new study "Answering Unresolved Questions About the Relationship Between Cognitive Ability and Prejudice," Mark and Jarret analyzed 5,914 subjects to measured the amount of prejudice present in the groups of higher cognitive ability, as well as those with lower cognitive skills.

Brandt and Crawford found that the smarter subjects were more likely to be prejudiced against conservation groups who make their own choice as to which groups they're associated with while those with lower IQs are prejudiced against groups that people didn't choose to be part of - like ethnic or LGBT groups. This says everything about the state of the world at the moment.

"People dislike people who are different from them," Brandt and Crawford said in an interview with Broadly. "Derogating people with different worldviews can help people maintain the validity of their own world view."