How Not To Measure the Popularity of ...

How Not To Measure the Popularity of a Conspiracy Theory

There are 1 comment on the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph story from Jan 29, 2013, titled How Not To Measure the Popularity of a Conspiracy Theory. In it, Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph reports that:

"Sixty-three percent of registered voters in the U.S. buy into at least one political conspiracy theory," a team of pollsters at Fairleigh Dickinson report .

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Since: Feb 08

Kagoshima, Japan

#1 Jan 30, 2013
Japan Has Been Controlling Russia from Behind

But Japan's conspiracy is very insidious but is also blatant.

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