As Mark Twain once stated, “There are lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics”. Statistics are often used to manipulate us into believing things which, simply put, are not true. Simple shifts in data can change everything. Thankfully, writers Betsy Stevenson and Justin Wolfers provide a few simple tips for investigating these claims in a recent Bloomburg article.
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