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11 cognitive biases that influence politics

Once established in our minds, generalizations and biases can be tough to shake off. Image: REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang/File Photo

Marcus Lu

Financial Writer, Visual Capitalist

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These cognitive biases are often uses within politics to influence opinion. Image: Visual Capitalist
—Josepher, Bryce (2017)
A number of news sources are ranked according to their political views. Image: Pew Research Center

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