- Survey-based estimates of defensive uses of guns must be too high because they don’t square with other available pieces of evidence.
- The article offers a theory, explained in the video, which can explain why these surveys overestimated the prevalence of defensive gun uses by so much. I’m hoping that this theory sounded familiar to you.
DiscussionWhat is the connection between Hemenway’s theory and the first 7 steps of this week?
Survival Statistics: Secrets for Demystifying Numbers
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