The number of hate crimes increased 11.2 percent, from 837 in 2015 to 931 in 2016, according to a report Monday by California’s attorney general. However, that is down 34.7 percent since 2007.

Here are some details:

— 56 percent of last year’s hate crimes were based on race or ethnicity.

They increased more than 20 percent, from 428 in 2015 to 519 last year. Those against blacks increased from 231 to 251; against Latinos from 81 to 83; against whites from 34 to 56; and against Asians from 19 to 22.

— 22.3 percent were based on sexual orientation.

They increased about 10 percent, from 188 in 2015 to 207 last year.

— 18.5 percent were based on religion.

They declined 10 percent, from 190 in 2015 to 171 last year. Those against Jews decreased from 97 to 82; those against Muslims decreased from 40 to 37.