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Opinions on opposing political views and the relationship with facts Malaysia 2018

Respondents' views on whether people with opposing political views would change their minds in the face of facts in Malaysia as of December 2018

by R. Hirschmann, last edited Apr 5, 2019
Opinions on opposing political views and the relationship with facts Malaysia 2018 This statistic shows the share of respondents in Malaysia who were of the opinion that people with opposing political views were unlikely to change their opinion even when presented with the facts, as of December 2018. According to the Ipsos survey, more respondents agreed with the abovementioned statement than disagreed with it. During the period measured, 31 percent of respondents said that they tended to agree that people with the opposite political views as theirs would not change their opinions even when presented with evidence, compared to 13 percent who stated they tended to disagree.
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Respondents' views on whether people with opposing political views would change their minds in the face of facts in Malaysia as of December 2018

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by R. Hirschmann, last edited Apr 5, 2019
This statistic shows the share of respondents in Malaysia who were of the opinion that people with opposing political views were unlikely to change their opinion even when presented with the facts, as of December 2018. According to the Ipsos survey, more respondents agreed with the abovementioned statement than disagreed with it. During the period measured, 31 percent of respondents said that they tended to agree that people with the opposite political views as theirs would not change their opinions even when presented with evidence, compared to 13 percent who stated they tended to disagree.
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