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rrneck

(17,671 posts)
3. Statistics sre important.
Sun Dec 11, 2011, 04:04 PM
Dec 2011

They can tell us how many. But they can't tell us who. And the most important question in people's minds is, "Who, me?"

When it comes to building political coalitions you just have to find common ground. Proposing policy based in statistics and abstract studies just tells people that one cares more about ideology than the people it is supposed to serve.

Statistics can only measure what has already happened. People's safety concerns lie in the future.

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