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What kind of argument and evidence is always more effective in helping people understand your ideas and more easily change their opinions to match yours? anecdotal logical empirical

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    While logical and empirical evidence can help the more intelligent and brainy people understand and agree with your argument, in my opinion it would be anecdotal evidence that is more effective. With anecdotal evidence, the main argument is still being expressed, but the audience is given real evidence or a real situation to help them understand the argument. As well as this, anecdotal evidence can be used to create a relateable situation for your audience.

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