All that glitters / When the public smells a financial rat, it's usually right
The public's gut feelings about socioeconomic matters is usually right – but it takes an academic study to prove it.
One of the more frustrating things in the public discourse – here and abroad – is the chasm between what politicians tell us about the state of the economy and society, and our gut feeling. The two don't just add up.
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