The person writes: I have built quite a few hospitals, and believe me there are very few that want to see a cure for cancer more than I do. I know that I am not smart enough to cure that disease, but I can build the facilities for those that are. In this fight though, I do not want anyone to cut corners and give anyone a false hope because of flawed research, or because of research that has been manipulated or even biased. “Data-driven decision-making is considered a smart move, but it can be costly or dangerous when something that appears to be true is not actually true. Even with the best of intentions, some of the world’s most famous companies are challenged by skewed results because the data is biased, or the humans collecting and analyzing data are biased, or both.” (Morgan, 2015). One of the bigger issues is that some of the information is so completely nuanced, that if one is not an expert in studying data and trends, they are very unlikely to even notice if the data has been compromised. While I really do not want to go off into another tangent, I think that most people are exposed to information and data by politicians, especially during election time. Most people have their own biases and no amount of empirical data is going to change their minds. They see one person talking about an issue and automatically filter that information through their own bias. (I gave what the person wrote so you kow the background) I need a 1 page answer about this question Question – Do you think there is a way to present data and information that does not cause most people to glaze over and proclaim that they are not a math person?