Public perception vs the facts

Here’s an informative new post from Make Wealth History. The article discusses a new survey by the Royal Statistical Society that shows there’s a gaping chasm between public perception and the bare facts. Whether it’s immigration, benefits or climate change, it seems the average Joe is a fair way from the statistical mark. Could this be down to how the mainstream media portrays these and other issues?

Hit up the link because it’s a very enlightening read.

Public perception tends to always be a few years behind the latest science. Try and keep up, people!

Public perception tends to always be a few years behind the latest science.    Try and keep up, people! 

 

 

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