In a Post‑Truth World, Personal Anecdotes Are More Convincing Than Facts in Political Debates, Researchers Find
“The problem is that facts – at least today – are themselves subject to doubt, especially when they conflict with our political beliefs.”
Aditi Murti is a culture writer at The Swaddle. Previously, she worked as a freelance journalist focused on gender and cities. Find her on social media @aditimurti.