It is easy to mislead readers of research especially when statistics and/or numerical data are involved. Interpretations can be skewed to meet the needs of the entity putting out the data. As consumers of products, we are constantly bombarded by data that is inaccurate or misconstrued to meet the needs of the market. Is there any other marketing strategies that use this tactic?
This refers to the conflict of interest in corporate and government funding of sociological research. Discuss.