I want to say something like this,
"Blaming people on the whole (all the people) is what he always does"
I mean the person is always judging/blaming all the people (or some specific group of people) for someone else's mistake.
I have seen some examples with "One the whole" like the below one,
On the whole, it was a good party.
But it means
Overall, it was a good party
"overall=generally speaking" which is not the meaning I'm looking for.
I'm looking for a word to mean
all the people / whole people
So I want to know, Can I use "on the whole" here in the example to mean "all the people"?
"Judging people on the whole for someone else's mistake is not a good thing"
I have tried my best to explain this question. Sorry If I haven't made the question clear enough.
Please help me.