On politics

The newspaper vs the paper on gender bias in pain assessment

The headline:

Figure from the paper in question:

ADDENDUM: tweet from first author of the paper on how headlines may mislead

Latinos, border walls, and racism.

There's the whole US government shutdown over a border wall and, e.g., CityLab:

At the same point in time:

If you're curious here's the poll results ... and that's a 19 point increase in Latino approval of Trump over last month's poll. (Yes I think the employment figures have quite a bit to do with this but I also think they aren't the only reason).

Who supports which US presidential candidate?

One thing I find worthwhile is comparing the results of pollsters to the positions of pundits and journalists. Had seen the following figures on Bernie Sanders before, but this now includes a broader range of candidates for the sake of comparison:

I think that #BlackLivesMatter severely hurt Sanders chances of becoming president though.

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