• anonymous
Which is the most acurate definition of the badnwagon fallacy?
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  • jagatuba
You have no following to choose from, but I can tell you what the bandwagon fallacy is and you can see if any of your answers fit. A bandwagon fallacy is committed when the person arguing a point bases the truth of that point on its popularity rather than supporting facts. Example: The Oakland Raiders are a very popular football team, therefore they must be a good football team. You see this fallacy committed all the time in TV ads and often in political ads as well. Four out of five doctors recommend [name you brand of pain reliever]. Hope that helps.

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