Study finds neutral fact-checking doesn’t convince voters to abandon ‘fake news’

A Tulane University study that found Republicans and Democrats weren’t persuaded to abandon false beliefs about election fraud after reading correct information from fact-checking organizations. What did work? Surprisingly, both sides were most persuaded when the factual information was believed to be from conservative news source Breitbart.

H/T Gary Price’s InfoDocket post.

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