"The death penalty: does it deter crime?
Climate change: are humans responsible?
Guns: do their risks outweigh their benefits?
You might think your understanding of political issues is based on solid, unbiased facts. You might be wrong."
When it comes to politics, you’re not as rational as you think was linked to another article that came to one of my subscriptions just now. It seems very appropriate.
"People expect political opinions to be biased, but facts are supposed to be facts: verifiable, unbiased...(But) what's so striking is that the two sides have different sets of facts."So, this is a study that's been going on for a few years. This particular article is from February 2016 (before Trump). It includes an online test.
I haven’t tried to access it yet … maybe it doesn’t work anymore. But if it does, I’ll take it soon and post my score.