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Depressing: just nine per cent of Britons trust stats over our own experience (though most of us won't believe that)

Fifty-eight per cent of Britons between 16 and 75 believe that if you flip a coin twice, the probability of getting two heads is 50 per cent. Fifty-four per cent of Britons are "fairly confident" in their ability to use data and numbers. If the Ipsos-Mori poll from which this is taken was accurate, it [...]
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