I recently blogged about a study showing that the same information, when presented in a graph, is more credible to people. One of my friends pointed out that Monty Python figured this out a few decades ago.
“In this graph, this column represents 23% of the population. This column represents 28% of the population, and this column represents 43% of the population. Telling figures indeed.”
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