Why partisanship (right-left) might not predict susceptibility to misinformation all that much.

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Lapsed biologist retraining as a social data scientist, often writing about refugee rights advocacy and political philosophy.

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Kester Ratcliff

Kester Ratcliff

Lapsed biologist retraining as a social data scientist, often writing about refugee rights advocacy and political philosophy.

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