In Post Truth World, Study Finds Facts Matter To An ExtentMark Melin
Do facts matter in a post truth world? A new study from researchers at Dartmouth College, University of Exeter, George Washington University and The Ohio State University concludes that, during the US Presidential campaign of 2016, while facts might matter in determining someone’s version of the truth – and people processed new information to change their beliefs to various extents – it didn’t much impact certain attitudes towards their chosen candidate meet factual beliefs.
Post truth world shows ability to change factual opinions, but not political opinions
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