In this context related in terms of my last question.
I've seen this lots of times in fiction and TV shows where sub-species, such as Marvel's Mutants and Inhumans or anything considered 'super' or enhanced' are treated with extreme prejudiced and abuse by the humans for simply what they are.
A portion humans are accepting, yes, but most often than not a bigger number humans with guns or weapons try to kill a major the sub-species under the excuse of 'protecting' themselves/families or even land.
For me, I have a sub-species on a the threat of genocide by a good xenophobic portion of humans so to solve that, the population (9,000) escape to a new world and start over there away from the threat of humans.
Would the humans be consumed with their emotions to try and hunt them down to that other world? if they believe there is a continues threat if they're even able to get that far
Would the whole leaving to there just delay their fate? I know there's always gonna be haters, that much is prominent in human behaviour. Negative emotions can motivate them since
Humans generally are the same, no matter the world or time period. What I'm asking about is general understanding of the psychological and social aspect of a powered sub-species impacts the world and the human population that are the most dominant species on the planet.
Also, even with the xenophobic aside, the presence of powered people will alter social iterations between people and families. Though how would a society function with paranoia of enhanced among them and how quickly would it get toxic in general if the enhanced gets exposed?