(Original post by Acsel)
The sample size is ridiculously small. 2000 people out of the UK's 66 million population is a mere 0.003% so I'd hardly consider it representative of the UK as a whole.
It is clear you have never studied statistics. For a population of 60 million, a sample size of under 1,850 is required to make sure the result is accurate to within a 3% error margin with a degree of certainty of 99%.
Of course, 5% is nothing to worry about, and likely to be accurate. More than that are of such low IQ that they are seen as mentally retarded. Far more people, as has been said, think Elvis is still alive, but none of them think he looks like an 83 year-old.
Last edited by Good bloke; 3 weeks ago
Only 95%. That's a hugely large number. Would be very different if 95% think it didn't happen.
We are taught about the holocaust, but what about thehe Armenian Genocide for example? And Turkey still denies that.
People are entitled to their own opinion, no matter how warped they may be. It still kind of amazes me how people can deny the holocaust despite all the evidence, but oh well