What If You Get Duped By Statistical Data?

87.35% of statistical information are fake... including this one.

The example above is clearly an exaggeration… or maybe it’s not. Who knows, right?

Beware of marketers who use distorted statistics like “92% of manly men between 30 and 45 years old use Sannie Sanitary Napkins” to woo you into buying their stuff.

Some actually fall for ads like that simply because of the presence of official-sounding numbers.

Have you ever been duped by those evil math magicians? What should you do to save your ego?