Abstract

Professor Timothy Hsiao has noticed a pronounced inclination among college students to accept personal experience as the basis for determining political beliefs. But personal anecdotes do not invalidate statistical generalizations. This basic rule of statistical reasoning seems to have been lost on people who should know better.

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