Living the Stereotype
Sound like the jaundiced words of experience.
That is true, they can be twisted to support any point you want to make. That's why I always try to crunch my own numbers.
Did you know that the majority of people not surveyed are less likely to be included in subsequent represention of data analysis, however, a whopping 23% of those still not surveyed are more likely to be included in the minority figures represented by those not of the majority?
Somebody will use those statistics, and any others available, to generate new grant proposals -- twist and twirl -- for organizations who claim they will suffer from decreased motorcycle deaths. Maybe organ donor-related health organizations?So now what?