Vic. The problem is you have a belief. That’s fine. What you’re trying to do is argue your belief and use the data you have both statistical and sociological to back your beliefs.
The problem here is that you’re literally doing both wrong. Like you’re making errors that are 101 level wrong for stats and cultural theory. The two things that Steph and I teach.
Then you’re trying to argue that the problem is we’re all making faulty arguments based on opinion and trying to explain basic argument composition to me. The other thing that I actually teach.
It’s not that there aren’t counter arguments. There are. You’re just making egocentric claims. A common mistake. This post was designed to refute those egocentric claims. So you’re sort of falling into a trap by doing it harder. Exacerbated by the fact that you’re doing it wrong.