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Oh no you didn't.

I posted earlier about Gini numbers, a measure of inequality within countries, and raised a question on what motives researchers had to show certain numbers. Got a red flag on that issue then, and here's another one now.

The smaller print beneath the title reads "Interactions (likes, shares, and comments) with posts by candidates' pages." Has anyone visited a comments section and not seen a war of words? Even an observation of articles on online engagement around conventions (namely the buying out of seats) and the "boring" nature of the second-chair-headliner should raise an alert on the way information's presented in that graph.

Try again, gaslighters.

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